East Indian Rosewood Tenor Guitar

East 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. Indian Rosewood is dark brown with sometimes purple-brown streaks giving a pleasant figure. The top of this tenor guitar is another stunning example of Bearclaw Sitka spruce, which is accompanied by an attractive accent of curly eucalyptus binding.

East Indian Rosewood Tenor Features

  • Model - Tenor
  • Scale Length - 23
  • Top - Mastergrade Bearclaw Sitka Spruce
  • Back & Sides - East Indian Rosewood
  • Neck - Solid Mahogany (One Piece Construction)
  • Rosette - Masur Birch
  • Binding - Curly Eucalyptus
  • Inlay - Pearl Markers and Pearl Bird Emblem
  • Fingerboard - Ebony
  • Bridge - Brazilian Rosewood
  • Headplate - East Indian Rosewood
  • Tuners - Gotoh 510 Series - Mini
  • Case - Cedar Creek Saddlebrooke

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