My take on the classic Dreadnought shape. I love the big sound of the Dreads but have never really liked their shape, so I designed this one similar in size but with a much narrower waist. The deeper curves and the arm bevel along the lower bout make this a very comfortable guitar to play for long periods of time. As a bigger bodied instrument, this guitar has great bass response and a lot of projection. 


“Whoa! You’ve made a monster, don’t change a thing!” – David Lindley

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Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
Back and Side woods: Mahogany, Sapele or Indian Rosewood
Body Length: 20″
Total Length: 41″
Upper Bout Width: 11-5/8″
Lower Bout Width: 15-1/2″
Waist: 10″
Body Depth: 4-3/4″
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 14th
Pearl or Black Pearl Side Dots
Ebony Bridge and Pins
Arm Bevel
Side Soundport
Waverly Guitar Tuners with Ebony knobs
Hand rubbed French Polish
TKL Premier Hardshell Case


Custom Nut Width
Rosette: Solid wood, Black geometric
Slotted or Solid Headstock


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