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Folk C – 13 fret to body – Wenge and Salvaged Red Cedar

$13,500

By Pellerin Guitars

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This particular instrument is available through Michel's dealer Brickhouse Guitars. If you would like to commission an instrument, you can either visit his website or email him directly from the Luthiers Showcase (below).

This "classical" size instrument is particularly intended for fingerstyle musicians who want the precision and attack of 14 frets (junction to body), while having the warmth and tone of a 12 frets.

Specifications:

  • Soundboard: Salvaged figured Western Red Cedar
  • Back and Sides (double-top): Wengé/dyed Alaskan Yellow Cedar
  • Bracing system: Folk C 13 - 25
  • Bracewood: Adirondack and salvaged Sitka Spruce
  • Neck: Spanish Cedar (with dark Walnut color)
  • Rosette: Brazilian Rosewood
  • Fingerboard: Gaboon (Gabon) Ebony bound with Ebony bindings, 16" radius
  • Fingerboard Inlay: Brazilian Rosewood 12-fret marker
  • Scale: 25"
  • Frets: Medium gold-EVO frets
  • Side Dots: Mother-of-pearl
  • Headplate: Gaboon Ebony
  • Headstock Logo: Mother of Pearl
  • Bridge: Gaboon Ebony
  • Bindings: Gaboon Ebony (black), with tiny Maple purfling
  • Back Strip: Ebony (narrow strip) and Brazilian Rosewood (wide strip), with tiny Maple purfling
  • Inside finish: Shellac super blonde
  • Soundbox Finish: High-gloss polyurethane
  • Neck Finish: High-gloss polyurethane with dark Walnut color
  • Truss Rod: Two-way with 2 carbon fiber reinforcement rods
  • Nut, Saddle, and Bridge Pins: Bone
  • Tuners: Schertler cosmo Black, open-back, with Ebony buttons
  • Pickguard: Removable clear pickguard
  • Pickup: None, but I can install one
  • Case: Hiscox Liteflite Pro-II
  • Special features: 13th fret to body junction

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