Florida Guitar # 4
The back, sides, bridge and peghead overlay of this guitar are of Florida Rosewood, an invasive species, which in this instance was harvested by Hurricane Charley. The binding is curly Maple. The face is of Deadhead Cypress from the swamps near Blountstown, Florida. The neck is Cuban Mahogany from South Florida and the fingerboard is Ebony. The nut, saddle and pins are Bone with Abalone dots. The sound hole rosette and inlays are of Paula Abalone, Green Abalone and Koa, the pick guard is Clear Acetate. The nut is 1 3/4", the string spacing at the bridge is 2 1/4" and the string length is 635mm (25"). This guitar is completed with Nickel Schaller tuners and a Cedar Creek Custom case .