- Solid Adirondack Spruce Top
- Solid African Mahogany Back and Sides
- Forward shifted scalloped X-braces
- Dovetail neck to body joint
- Modern C-profile neck shape
- Bone nut and saddle
- Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Tortoiseshell binding
- Grover Rotomatic tuners
- Brilliant gloss finish
Adirondack Spruce (also known as Red Spruce) was used for the tops on many of the great pre-war American guitars. Many guitarmakers today believe that this wood is significant contributing factor to the strong, clear tone of those vintage/collectible instruments. In the last ten to twenty years there has been a resurgence of it's use by many hand builders and factories, in an effort to capture that vintage sound.
Adirondack top guitars deliver pronounced volume with individual note clarity. They are perfect for flat picking, finger style and rhythm playing.
The guitar can also be expected to develop over time, a powerful volume with a killer tone.