Soloist Guitar for sophisticated demands.
Tradition meets innovation. Regarding appearance and design tradition dominates. Innovation steps in with internal processing and constructional details. Thus this guitar meets today’s sound requirements on a classical soloist guitar which are free, clear, loud, stable and room-filling.
In the product class “State-of-the-Art” we emphasise on balance and individual fine-tuning of the top. In addition to the elaborate mounting of the top by means of little single woodblocks the thickness of each of these woodblocks is adapted to the needs of the respective top. The arrangement of the bracing and the customising of the braces is also done individually.
Shellac hand-polishing of the top - a now rare art - also contributes to the refinement of the sound and at the same time together with the nitrocellulose finish of back and sides this makes for a fine and noble appearance.
The Spanish-Neck, the most advanced neck-body-joint, is certainly a must for this model.
|Class:||State of the Art|
|Back/Sides:||East Indian Rosewood|
|Neck:||Mahogany (spanish constructed heel)|
|Neck Width:||Variable, 48 - 60 mm|
|Scale Length:||65 cm|
|Machine Heads:||Schaller gilded|
|Bridge/Nut:||Bone, double-drilled nut|
|Finish:||Nitrocellulose, hand-polished top: Shellac-hand-finish|
|Options:||Alpine-Spruce-top (no surcharge),
fanned frets (multiscale fretboard),
pickup at choice