Technical Information: Western Red Cedar top, Macassar ebony bindings, bridge, headplate, bevel, fretboard, double side sound ports, 13 frets to the body, 24.9 scale, Tiger Myrtle back head stock and rosette, Bloodwood purfling, Mahogany/Koa/ Mahogany laminated neck. This guitar comes with a high end Armitage Hard Shell Case.
Bob Singer's Notes: Almost all of my custom guitars have soundports, in my estimation, they make for louder, fuller sounds. This is the first guitar that I've played with a double soundport. The difference is that the player gets to hear the guitar virtually the same as the listener which is really nice! With the cedar top and the double soundports, it is definitely a fingerpicking guitar. You can pick this as hard as you want (I use metal fingerpicks) and the sound doesn't break up at all. It's a very enjoyable guitar to play. This comes with a deluxe hard shell Armitage case with their humidity control system.