Brazilian Rosewood Guitar

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Brazilian Rosewood Guitar

10,500.00

This one is not for sale but the old Brazilian Rosewood on this guitar came from a demolished house (located in Brazil) that stood for more than 200 years. The Red Spruce top came from a beam that held up a feed mill factory (New York City) that was demolished in 1904. The neck was salvaged from a local restaurant that was demolished about 15 years ago. 

**Unfortunately, the last collection of this stock has been commissioned and is in the process of being built, stay tuned for pics**

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The Adirondack Spruce (aka Red Spruce) top came from one of the beams of a New York City feed mill factory that was demolished in 1904. The guitar neck came from the bar top of a Daryl's restaurant that was demolished in 1997. At best guess the neck is at least 40 years old. The binding is Curly Koa, the bridge and fret board are Brazilian Rosewood and the Head Plate is Cocobolo Rosewood. The center stripe and end graph are curly maple.

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PRICE - I have enough of this aged wood for two more commissioned guitars.  The Brazilian Rosewood is over 200 years old, the Adirondack Spruce Tops are well over 200 years old and the Honduras Mahogany Necks are well over 40 years old.