Description—Rosewood

My Rosewood Model classical electric guitar is a close relative to the Mahogany Model. It leans a little more toward an acoustic nylon string guitar. It has the same standard braced classical soundboard, but the back and sides are constructed in a more traditional acoustic guitar style.

The sides are .090" thick and bent to shape. The back is a standard braced, two piece construction. The depth of the body can vary from 3" to 4". The body is bound in rosewood, and various purfling designs are available, including the ever popular abalone trim.

With no soundhole, this instrument has the feedback resistance of the mahogany model, but feels and sounds a little more like an acoustic classical guitar. Good for standing up, or sit down playing.

Any nut width, neck thickness, or scale length is available. Sitka or Englemann Spruce is used for the soundboard. Ebony fretboard. Indian rosewood is standard for the back and sides. Brazilian rosewood is available at an upcharge.

I use the RMC electronics on this model also. Other electronics are available upon request.

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