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Honduras Mahogany Baritone


By Dart Instruments

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Based on David’s Small Jumbo (SJ) guitar body, this baritone growls on the bass end and sings through the trebles. Its 28.5″ string length holds all the way down to a low A and feels great tuned to B as well. There are sixteen frets to the body, and it’s a breeze to play your first position phrasings all the way up around the 12th fret octave. Nimble & dynamic response for fingerpickers and powerful projection when flat-picked.


  • Honduras Mahogany sides, back, and neck
  • Master-grade Sitka Spruce (Ketchikan, Alaska) top
  • Honduras Rosewood binding, bridge, heelcap and peghead overlay
  • Indian Ebony fingerboard
  • Waverly tuners
  • Hand-cut abalone Dart logo
  • Rope purfling soundhole inlay
  • Unique epoxy resin pickguard, made in-house
  • Mother-of-pearl fret markers & side dots
  • Bone nut & saddle
  • Satin polyurethane finish
  • 28.5” string length
  • 16 frets to the body; 24 total frets
  • 1-3/4” nut width

Includes Hardshell Case

Tax and/or shipping are not included in the price.


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