The Natura Deluxe Archtop guitar embodies everything I know about visual and tonal harmony. The design of this unique instrument has been tediously and lovingly crafted through years of labor intensive research. It’s refined and subtle elegance is complimented by its breathtaking voice that is unlike any guitar you have ever played.
This 2008 Natura Deluxe 16 inch archtop is acoustically richer and louder than most 17 inch archtops and has a warm woody, yet clear sound. This guitar is also very lightweight and the play-ability is exceptional. It has been lovingly played and cared for and is in excellent condition.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to own this wonderful handmade archtop guitar!
2008 Natura Deluxe 16″ Archtop guitar
- 25″ scale
- Lower Bought 16″
- Master Grade Aged Sitka Spruce Top
- Master Grade Big Leaf Maple Back and Sides
- Fossil Walrus Ivory Nut, Logo, and Falling leaf Inlays
- Two way Truss Rod
- Double Carbon Fiber Neck Reinforcement
- 1¾” nut width (1-11/32″ optional)
- Flamed Big Leaf Maple Binding on Body and F holes
- Ebony Bound headstock, finger board, pick guard, and tailpiece
- Solid Ebony; Headstock veneer, bridge, Pick-guard, and Tail-piece
- Custom made pickup
- Hand Rubbed French Polish shellac varnish Finish
- Double Reflex Tuning
- Grain-matched, Hand-split Tone Bars
- Tap Tunning
- Hand-graduated Sound Board and Back
- T³ tuning machine holes
- Multi-laminated Head Stock
- Gotoh Antique Gold Delta Series tuners with black Knobs
- High Quality Volume and Tone Controls (under pick guard mount)
- BAM case
This guitar is one of my personal favorite guitars that I have ever created. I have often said that if I could own one of my guitars this would be it.
To learn more about this guitar, its selling price, please contact me for details.
You can contact me by email, phone @ 314-631-1435 , or even on Skype video.
I will gladly show you this guitar and play it for you via Skype video chat.
If using Skype, email me to get my Skype name.
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