This is one of the four classical guitars Classic Line I, we have built completely identical for test purposes of the body wood. The aim was to compare the acoustic characteristics. The reference model was a Classic Line I with well-known Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars were made of Indian Walnut and Violet Wood.
Regarding the hue, Burmese Rosewood, also known as Chingchan, is very similar to Indian Rosewood, but in contrast to this it gets darker over time. The character of the wood is different from Indian Rosewood. The wood has a fine grain and is much denser than Indian Rosewood. Sonically, this density causes an incredibly long sustain. The sound seems to be in the room virtually.
|Back/Sides:||Burmese Rosewood (Dalbergia Oliveri)|
|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 Indian Walnut
Classic Line I Standard Model