Would be interested to know what small company/boutique guitar makers' favourite guitars of all time that they've made are, tone-wise. What were the main specs? What made it so special?
I was excited about that one before it was even finished. It's surpringly resonant and the tone complex and full.
I'm convinced the neck is responsible. It's ironwood and goncalo alves (tigerwood); the wood rang like a gong before I carved it. It feels smooth and stiff too, much more so than more standard neck woods, which I love.
I'm building two guitars right now with similar necks because I loved this one so much.
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I really dig it. Looks great and I bet it will sound great too.
Lookwise the big front panel is the only thing I don't like. But I guess
there will be an option for back cavity routing, eh?
I'll hopefully have samples of all the guitars up soon. People are always iffy about buying a guitar they haven't heard, which I completely understand. That's something I'm dire need of doing.Sure is pretty! Would love to hear some sound clips of that.
The mighty 43... I think that the combination of the chambered Doug Fir core with mahogany plates is the reason this model sounds so good!!!