Steel String 12 Fret Slotted Headstock Guitars For SaleEven though my build list is over 1 year currently for custom orders, I’m writing to let you know about two spec guitars that I have been working on for a while now that are available for sale. They have been in my build list for a couple years and are being made with my other current orders that I’m working on. The guitars are not completed yet, and are in about the same stage of construction with the body assembled and much of the tap tuning and other work completed. Basically they just need a neck and some final touches before they are ready for finishing.
Both guitars are my G2S model steel string guitars with a 12 fret neck, slotted headstock, and elevated fingerboard like the guitar featured in the image above and to the left.
Brazilian Rosewood 12 fret slotted headstock G2S
A stunning Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with a German Spruce top. It has snake wood accents and will have Koa Bindings. It is intended to have a 1.75″ nut and 2.25″ string spacing at the bridge. I haven’t begun building the neck yet, (though I intend to soon) so it is not to late to customize to your specifications.
Indian Rosewood 12 Fret slotted headstock G2S
Beautiful Indian Rosewood back / sides, and German spruce top with Koa bindings and Lacewood Purflings. This guitar is also set to have the standard 1.75″ nut and 2.25″ string spacing at the saddle, however I haven’t started its neck yet and it could be customized to fit your needs as well. Here is the best part about this one, I’m offering it at a discounted price because it was very slightly damaged while I was building the body and it has been fully repaired. Contact me to find out more.
Images coming soon!
click this link to see more examples of the G2s design: http://tbguitars.com/
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