Inspired by the vintage 00 Parlour guitars of the 1930s, the neck joins the body at the 12th fret (as opposed to the 14th on most contemporary steel string acoustics), it moves the bridge closer to the sweet spot on the soundboard where it is most optimal, resulting is a remarkably responsive and powerful instrument that belies its size.
Indian Rosewood is highly regarded as the benchmark for back and side construction of a guitar. With rich basses and clear trebles, thus making it highly sought after.
SHAPE | 12-Fret OO Size SOUNDBOARD | Solid Adirondack Spruce BACK & SIDES | Solid Indian Rosewood FEATURES | Slotted Headstock BRACING | Quarter Sawn Sitka Spruce LINING | Reversed Kerfing BINDING | Flamed Maple with Abalone Purfling NECK | Khaya Mahogany with Carbon Fiber Rods FINGERBOARD | Ebony BRIDGE | Ebony BRIDGE PINS | Ebony MACHINE HEADS | Grover SERIAL NUMBER | 1708-0591 RFID NUMBER | 17080591OOIR4AHV
Shipping will be calculated volumetrically at 22kg.