Dolores is a 00-14 model consisting of Indian rosewood back and sides with European spruce top and Spanish cedar neck. The binding, rosette and head inlays are snakewood; very warm and elegant. Right now I am very fond of the wheatgrass purfling I used around the top and rosette. The short 24.9” string scale make big stretches so easy and the small body size fits like a glove even for the petite player.
Meet Anya, a classical guitar in the old school tradition that includes a hand-rubbed French polish finish. Hand-selected top grade Engelmann Spruce for the top and Brazilian Rosewood for the back and sides form the body and a hearty Spanish Cedar neck with Ebony fingerboard and a stunning Redwood Burl rosette all come together to create something far greater than the sum of their parts.
Black Dog howls. This thing is a beast, a steel string that is subtle yet bold, able to weave texture into the tenderest ballad or belt the hell out of its namesake, your call. Buckle up Black Dog delivers.
Named after “Elvis” grandmother, “Minnie Mae” has serious attitude with her powerful dreadnought body with Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Her highly figured spruce top just sings and the beautiful herringbone purling is fit for the king.
This 12 fret to the body steel string is a crowd favorite, her shape makes you weak in the knees, then when you hear her for the first time you’re just gone, it’s over. The Kokobolo is absolutely beautiful and the Sitka spruce top is highly figured.