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Collings Headstock with Waverly Tuners
  • Honduran Mahogany

    Honduran mahogany is an exceptional tonewood that produces a punchy front-end attack and articulate nuanced tone. Compared to East Indian rosewood, which offers a deep, resonant sound, Honduran mahogany produces a dryer, more fundamental tone with a quick and accurate response.

  • East Indian Rosewood

    East Indian rosewood is one of most popular tonewoods, and for very good reason. Its higher weight and density produce warm, complex tone with strong low-end response and clear, ringing treble notes.

  • Madagascar Rosewood
  • Wenge
  • Walnut
  • European Maple

    European maple is a beautiful figured wood that offers excellent projection and focus, which made it the tonewood of choice for many luthiers before the days of amplification. It's still a very valid tonewood today, and despite the misconception that maple guitars are overly bright, properly selected maple sets can produce deep, full sound with excellent articulation and clarity.

  • Koa

    With its vibrant amber color and striking figure, Koa is a wonderful tonewood that has been used for stringed instruments for generations. Tonally, Koa finds a pleasing balance between warmth and clarity with a bright front-end attack and warm undertones, making it an ideal choice for fingerstyle and chord melodies.

  • Peghead Binding
  • Fingerboard Binding
  • Tortoise Binding
  • Ivoroid Binding
  • Maple Binding
  • Koa Binding
  • Rosewood Binding
  • Adirondack Braces
  • No Tongue Brace
  • Cutaway
  • Deep Body
  • Left-handed

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