This guitar is loosely based off of Gibson’s L-00. I’ve changed some of the curves and altered some of the dimensions. Being between the Parlor and 000, this guitar is a really fun big sounding instrument for it’s size. More and more I’m wanting to play the smaller bodied guitars, there is just so much character packed into these small boxes.


“The instrument is just beautiful, and I’m loving the way it plays–such a lovely rich sound, bar chords are easier than with my Martin. And it truly is a piece of art. The turquoise inlays are amazing, as are all of the wood grains. And it just feels good…even the tuning pegs! I’m so looking forward to playing it more and getting to know it better. Thank you so much for making such a soulful instrument–it’s been a pleasure to be in on the design process and to have gotten a window on how you do this amazing work!” – Janet Bertucci Lynch

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Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
Back and Side woods: Mahogany, Sapele or Indian Rosewood
Body Length: 19-1/4″
Total Length: 39″
Upper Bout Width: 10-1/4″
Lower Bout Width: 14-5/8″
Waist: 8-3/8″
Body Depth: 4-1/2
Width at Bone Nut: 1-11/16″
2-1/4″ String Spacing on a Bone Saddle
Mahogany Neck
Ebony Bound FretBoard
20 Frets, Neck Joins the Body at the 13
Pearl or Black Pearl Side Dots
Ebony Bridge and Pins
Armrest Round Over on Lower Bout
Side Soundport
Waverly Guitar Tuners with Ebony knobs
Hand rubbed French Polish
TKL Premier Hardshell Case


Custom Nut Width
Neck Joins the Body at the 14th Fret
Rosette: Solid wood, Black geometric
Slotted or Solid Headstock


Top Wood: Adirondack Spruce- $100
Back and Side woods: Figured Maple, Sapele, Bocote, Honduran and Pau Ferro Rosewoods- Ask
Fretboard Inlay: Ammonites, Pearl or wood- Ask
LR Baggs Lyric Acoustic Microphone- $200