Measuring 15″ across the lower bout, this guitar is the largest guitar I’ve built to date, and it sounds even bigger than it is. It features a narrower nut (1-11/16″) and correspondingly narrower string spacing at the saddle (2-1/8″). I finished it with a French polish/varnish/French polish sandwich, and the cherry looks incredible. The Adirondack spruce and cherry for this instrument came from Old Standard in Callaway County, Missouri.

Serial Number9X
CompletedMay 2012
TopAdirondack spruce
Sides & BackAmerican cherry
Binding & Accent WoodAmerican cherry
BridgeBlack walnut
Scale Length25.4″
Nut Width1.6875″

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