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Technical Notes:  OM Model, 14 frets to body, very highly quilted Maple back/sides with Snakewood seam  inlaid into the back, Lutz spruce top, flamed Maple neck.  Rare Snakewood rosette, bordered with Paua, Snakewood bindings, bridge, fretboard,headplate and tuning Gotoh tuners, bone nut and saddle, 1  11/16"  nut spacing 2  1/4" bridge pin spacing,. Inlays on the headstock, fretboard and bridge.  The beautiful inlay work is a Rainforest scene by Craig Lavin.

Bob Singer's Notes:  The design of this guitar was intended to get the bright sound of Maple, yet offer some of the sustain and resonance of rosewood.  This was absolutely successful, in parts by a combination of wood combination of Lutz/Maple, special bracing and top voicing.  Very slighly used, customer had this for a short time and upgraded. it has a very small nick in the binding on the lower bout in the back, about an 1/8" of an inch, otherwise perfect. This guitar would sell for $8,500 new.

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