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African Mahogany with a contrasting African Ebony fretboard. Modern style with sealed chrome tuning machines. Top/Back/Sides Solid African Mahogany Tuners Chrome Gotoh Fretboard African Ebony Bridge African Mahogany, Tintul pins
African Mahogany with a subtle matching Machiche fretboard Top/Back/Sides Solid African Mahogany Tuners Nickel Plate (cream knobs, open back) Fretboard Machiche Bridge African Mahogany, Boxwood pins
Vintage inspired Style One Weissenborn. African Mahogany with a subtle matching Machiche fretboard. Top/Back/Sides Solid African Mahogany Tuners Nickel Plate (open back) Fretboard Machiche Bridge African Mahogany, Boxwood pins
Solid Sitka Spruce soundboard Solid Figured Maple (Queensland) back/sides Queensland Maple fretboard with pearloid inlay B&W soundhole rings (2). Chrome Gotoh tuners African Ebony bridge with Tintul bridge pins Queensland Maple is a...
Handmade by Richard Wilson in Brisbane, Australia, these guitar contrasts the Australian native species Queensland Maple and Alaska-sourced Sitka Spruce with the natural black of African Ebony for its fretboard...
The unique teardrop shape gives this guitar a rich, loud tone that feels more cutting and immediate that the traditional warm and mellow beauty of traditional hourglass-shaped Weissenborn guitars. Handmade...
Koa is the choice of tonewood for Weissenborn traditionalists, but Australian Blackwood (aka Tasmanian Blackwood, Black Acacia) is a vibrant, modern choice that more and more players are turning to. Koa, Acacia koa is a native Hawaiian species that is synonymous with ukuleles, Weissenborn guitars and the Hawaiian music craze that exploded in the early 20th century. It's known for its wild, rich grain patterns and figuring/curl that at its most spectacular is unbeaten by virtually any other tonewood. Australian Blackwood, Acacia melanoxylon, is a native Australian species that grows along much of the east coast, though the best tonewood comes from the temperate forests of Tasmania, giving it the common name Tasmanian Blackwood. It is visually and tonally quite similar to Koa,... Continue Reading →