“The Douglas”

Parlour Guitar

Parlour guitar is a term given to small-bodied steel string guitars in the style of late 19th and early 20th century American instruments. This guitar has a 1″ 3/4” wide fingerboard, 12 frets to the body and slotted headstock.

It comes standard with a Solid Special high flame Oregon Myrtle back and sides,Englemann spruce top with black/white herringbone rosette. Five piece maple/mahogany dovetail neck, scale length 24 7/8” with slotted headstock. West African ebony fingerboard (paua abalone fret dots), bindings, heelcap and bridge. Rosewood headstock veneer (maple insert). Bracing Sitka spruce, kerfing spruce/mahogany. Bone nut and saddle.

 Gold, Gotoh slot 3-on-a plate tuners 14:1 ratio. Hand finished with either wax or a water based lacquer.This model is the ideal choice for fingerstyle and slide player with its shorter scale length will tend to give a punchy brighter sound.

The Douglas

The Douglas

Five Piece Neck

Five Piece Neck

End Graft

End Graft

Bookmatched Back

Bookmatched Back

Slotted Headstock

Slotted Headstock

Herringbone Rosette

Herringbone Rosette

Parlour Guitar

Parlour Guitar

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