Here we have another of the four classical guitars Classic Line I, which are completely identical in construction except for the body wood. The plan was to compare the sound characteristics of the different woods. The reference model was a Classic Line I made of Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars we built of Burmese Rosewood and Violet Wood.
Indian Walnut is a beautiful wood with a warm, medium brown shade and a fine, dense and uniform grain. It produces a very present, but light tone with high transparency and good selectivity. Therefore it is very useful for musicians who use their nylon string guitar for more modern ways of playing.
In the future we will use Indian Walnut to build our model Alegra.
|Back/Sides:||Indian Walnut (Juglans Nigra)|
|Neck:||Cedro, spanish constructed heel|
|Neck Width at Nut:||52 mm|
|Scale Length:||65 cm|
|Finish:||Nitrocellulose, satin gloss|
|More:||Comparison model Indian Rosewood
Comparison model Violet Wood
Comparison model Burmese Rosewood
Classic Line I Standard Model