The third member of the four identical classical guitars Classic Line I with only different body woods. We wanted to compare the sound characteristics of various lesser known timbers. The reference model was a Classic Line I made of Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars are built of Burmese Rosewood and Indian Walnut.
Violet Wood, also known as Amaranth, is perhaps our most beautiful discovery in the trio of exceptional woods. The color of Violet Wood is almost extravagant but not obtrusive and this completely without any manipulations. There are also individual sound characteristics which meet all the requirements for a body wood for classical guitars. The wood is slightly more dense than Indian Rosewood, thus making the sound mainly in the treble a bit more powerful. It develops the slightly melancholic tone, which is highly required for premium classical guitars.
|Back/Sides:||Violet Wood (Peltogyne SPP)|
|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 Indian Walnut
Comparison model Burmese Rosewood
Classic Line I Standard Model