Solid Sitka Spruce top, Honduras Mahogany back and
sides, Honduras Mahogany neck.
Completed August 4th 2004
This guitar has been built for a specific person.
She wanted a guitar similar in size to a classical guitar, but easier to
play. A 12th fret neck to body joint and a size similar to a classic
Martin OO sounded like it would fit the bill. Because of its size and the
use of Honduras Mahogany it is vary light in weight. This guitar also has
a thinner body than a Dreadnought and therefore has less air to push giving a
nice balanced sound but with less volume.
Solid Sitka Spruce
4 Black/Maple/Black bands
with one center Abalone band
Back and sides
Solid Honduras Mahogany
Heal and Tail Blocks
One peace Honduras Mahogany
"Dickert" in Abalone
Neck heal cap
Twin rod two-way adjustable at head
Truss Rod access cover
Ebony / Maple pin line
Abalone Dots, with a Abalone
and Mother of Pearl Butterfly at the 12th fret.
Fret Board Binding
Ebony with Maple pin line
Ebony with Abalone Dots
Bone, compensated for intonation,
graduated for string thickness