Yes, I also do traditionally appointed dreadnoughts. This one has the famous "Church Bell" cocobolo back and sides, with an Adirondack red spruce top, and traditional herringbone top purfling. The fingerboard and bridge are ebony; the bindings, heel cap, and boxed end graft are ivoroid. Single-piece mahogany neck, with the classic dart in the rear of the headstock. The word "cannon" is a bit overused these days, but this guitar has the power to be heard above a banjo, and unlike many dreads, it keeps that power up to the highest notes.
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