This grand concert in sugar maple has wonderful tone and clarity, with a feeling of space between the notes. It responds eagerly to a light touch and is very powerful when driven. Amber’s parents came up with the perfect name for this lightly shaded, barely-a-sunburst finish: the tea-burst.

The body is finished with a French polish and water-borne varnish sandwich, and the neck is sugar maple with an oil finish. The sugar maple and Adirondack spruce top were supplied by Old Standard in Callaway County.

Serial Number12
CompletedAugust 2012
SizeGrand Concert
TopAdirondack spruce
Sides & BackSugar maple
Binding & Accent WoodHonduran rosewood
BridgeAfrican blackwood
Scale Length24.9″
Nut Width1.75″

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