Style 3 built to vintage specifications from highly figured Hawaiian Koa.
Handmade in Australia by luthier Richard Wilson.
These are standard features and specifications on Richard Wilson Guitars. May vary from instrument to instrument.
Handcrafted in Brisbane, Australia by Richard Wilson
|Tonewoods||Solid, Quartersawn, Naturally Conditioned|
|Scale Length||25" (635mm)|
|String Spread (nut)||1.75" (45mm)|
|String Spread (saddle)||2.5" (63mm)|
|Depth (tail end)||3" (76mm)|
|Internal Bracing||Hand carved and voiced Sitka Spruce|
|Nut & Saddle Material||Genuine Bone|
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Richard Wilson Guitars in Brisbane, Australia builds some of the finest Weissenborn guitars today. The following clip is an unedited, professionally recorded example of a Richard Wilson Weissenborn.
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