Baroque "Yellow Rose" Parlor Guitar

Here is the second of two parlor guitars. What a gas to build and play. These have a 24.5" scale length and both have a 1 11/16" nut. They are 12 frets to the body. I have designed a whole new bridge that is in keeping with the baroque era instruments I patterned it after. It is 12 1/2 at the lower bout and has an 18 1/2 inch long body. The bridge has our innovative 10 degree back slant for various, no briainer reasons (see our "Features" page on our our website). The intonation is perfect and is a blast to play because of the short scale. Little body, short scale, short neck, lightly braced, graduated top, state of the art bridge (in a baroque style!) and it sounds amazing. We are featuring two new 1/4 inch Purflex® purfling patterns as well as two new beautiful baroque style rosettes and new baroque truss rod covers. The "Baroque" model is made of East Indian Rosewood and a special, old, wide grain Sitka Spruce top. All the appointments are Boxwood. The Yellow Rose version has Alaskan Yellow Cedar for the top, neck, our new "Ultra flex lining" and the back and sides and all the appointments are rare Ceylon Satinwood. Each of these sell for $18,000.

Dimensions: 12 5/8" lower bout, 18 1/4" long body, 24 1/2" scale length.

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