East Indian Rosewood Parlor Guitar

Indian rosewood is commonly found on high-end guitars for good reason. This wood is heavier and more dense than mahogany and also is very stable and resonant. East Indian Rosewood is dark brown with sometimes purple-brown streaks giving a pleasant figure. This guitar has attractive accents of curly eucalyptus binding and matching rosette rings.

East Indian Rosewood Parlor Features

  • Model - Parlor 12 Fret
  • Scale Length - 25
  • Top - Mastergrade Bearclaw Sitka Spruce
  • Back & Sides - Indian Rosewood
  • Neck - Solid Mahogany (One Piece Construction)
  • Rosette - Birdseye Maple with Eucalyptus Rings
  • Binding - Figured Eucalyptus
  • Inlay - Pearl Markers and Pearl Bird Emblem
  • Fingerboard - Ebony
  • Bridge - Brazilian Rosewood
  • Headplate - Brazilian Rosewood
  • Tuners - Gotoh 510 Series
  • Case - Cedar Creek 5 Ply Arch Top

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