This is a 00 guitar, by the luthier standards, but it feels much larger, closer to an OM. The sound (as played above) is between an OM and a Dreadnought. It's a POWERHOUSE!! It has Waterfll Bubinga (often called African Rosewood) back and sides; the top is Cedar...this combination gives this guitar a very nice bright sound. The bevel armrest and bindings are quilted Maple with red purflings arount the top, neck and headstock. The binding around the neck and headstock, tuning knobs and rosette are Tulipwood as well as the neck (with a Maple strip) giving it a candy strip appearance. Tulipwood is actually a Rosewood - the rarest of all rosewoods and not used often as the trees are very small. It comes from the northeastern part of the United States. The large armrest makes the guitar an extremely comfortable guitar to play. The Inlays are Larry Robinson.