Acoustic Guitars

The following are the various types of Acoustic Guitars I build and the different option packages:

(Standard Acoustic Guitars start at $1500.00, Parlor Guitars start at $1200.00, this includes soft shell case.  Prices vary according to woods, inlays, cases and amplification.)

Parlor Guitar

The Parlor Guitar’s shape is taken from an 1823 Panormo Guitar that I acquired in England. The Parlor Guitar can be fitted for nylon or light guage silk and steel strings. This is a beatiful small bodied guitar.

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, Koa, Purpleheart or Mango

This guitar is also available in all Mahagonay or all Koa (Top, Back and Sides)

(See my Purple Parlor Page)

Dreaded Parlor Guitar

The Dreaded Parlor Guitar looks like a baby dreadnaught.
The waist of the Dreaded Parlor Guitar is not as tight and the bass is slightly extended.  It can be fitted for nylon, light guage silk or steel strings.

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, Koa, Purpleheart or Mango  (Also see optional woods available)

00 Guitar
The 00 Guitar is sometimes referred to as a 3/4 guitar.  This guitar is patterened directly after my beloved 1963 Guild M-20.

This Guitar is a fingerpickers dream.

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, Koa, Purpleheart or Mango

This guitar is also available in all Mahagonay or all Koa (Top, Back and Sides) (My Guild M-20 is all Mahagonay)

000/OM Guitar
The 000/OM Guitar is the second most popular body shape.  This is a great finger picking guitar.

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogonay, Koa, Purpleheart or Mango

This guitar is also available in all Mahagonay or all Koa (Top, Back and Sides) (My Guild M-20 is all Mahagonay)

Dreadnaught Guitar
You know what this is.  An absolute cannon.  The most popular guitar shape ever. Click Here for More Info

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, East Indian Rosewood (Also see optional woods available)

Jumbo Guitar
A beautiful curvaceous, full bodied instrument.

Woods Available:

Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, East Indian Rosewood (Also see optional woods available)

Optional Woods:
Optional woods available are:  Cherry, Walnut, Mango, Koa, Zebra Wood, Bubinga, Purple Heart, Cocobolo, various Rosewoods (both Asian and South American), Sapalie and many others

Woods Available: Face Woods:  Spruce, Cedar or Redwood

Back and Side Woods:  Mahogany, East Indian Rosewood (Also see optional woods available)