Eastman parlour guitar sunburst
Although small by modern standards, this was the normal sized instrument in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Guitars were considered a parlor instrument, that is, to be played in small rooms for small groups of people. Don’t let their diminutive size fool you though. With the extra mass of a pyramid bridge moved to the widest point on the lower bout, this slotted headstock 12 fret guitar can fill more than a parlor with its huge sound.
With solid rosewood back and sides, adirondack spruce top and ebony bridge and fretboard this is a quality instrument with a fabulous sound. Comes in hardshell case.
Neck Material: Mahogany
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-3/4"
Fretwire: 19 Jescar-FW43080
Scale Length: 24.9"
Body Dimensions: 13-3/4" X 4-1/18"
Bracings: Hand-carved Scalloped X
Body Top: Solid Adirondack Spruce
Body Back/Sides: Solid Rosewood
Bridge/Saddle: Ebony/Bone, 2-5/16" Spacing
Slope Shoulder: None
Head Cap Veneer Material: Rosewood
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Headstock Style: Slotted
Binding Material: Herringbone
Logo Material: Maple/Pearl
Inlay Material: Abalone
Side Dot Color: White
Hardware Color: Chrome
Pickguard Material: None
Tuners: Open-Gear Ping V93N 3+3
Strings: Cleartone Phosphor Bronze .012-.053
Tuning: E A D G B e
Case: Hard-shell Case