Adirondack and Brazilian: the perfect recipe for a dreadnought cannon that can go toe-to-toe with any Loar or Mastertone. It has a big bark, but lots of warmth as well. The chords are sweet, and the single notes shine like diamonds. Whether playing in a duo, or full band, the tone cuts through loud and clear. What's old is new again....step into the bluegrass time machine with this one.
We utilize hot hide glue for all of the bracing as well as in our perfectly fit traditional dovetail neck joints. We use Torrefied tops and hand carved Torrefied brace wood for their dry-aged tone. What you get is a guitar with the soul, sound, and look of a well-loved vintage instrument, but with the price, adjust-ability, and reliability of a modern guitar.
$8295 USD - Brazilian Rosewood (w/ Traditional Herringbone trim and features. )
$6795 USD - Old Growth East Indian Rosewood (w/ Traditional Herringbone trim and features. )
Natural or Shade top finish
Available in Lefty.
FSC Honduran Mahogany neck w/two way truss rod
Standard 1937 "C" to "V" neck shape.
Scale length: 25.4”
Back and sides material: Brazilian Rosewood
Top material: Torrefied Adirondack Spruce
Fretboard and bridge material: Gabon Ebony
Neck width at nut: Vintage spec, 1 ¾”
Bridge spacing: 2 5/16”
Headplate veneer material: Brazilian rosewood
Bridge pins: Ivoroid Un-slotted
Nut and saddle: Bone
Limited Lifetime Warranty