This is a top-of-the-line guitar.  The back and sides are of Indian rosewood and it has a Sitka spruce top. The converging wedges in the 4-piece back are of walnut. I've discounted the asking price by 45% because about a year ago it developed a crack in the top that Woody has fully repaired and refinished.  I've been playing this guitar for the past year and I can tell you...It's a winner! 

$1000 firm.

     The Woody Strings shop is in back of my home in Bon Air (Virginia). To see and play these guitars, drop me an email... 

woody@woodystrings.com

We can set up a meeting. 

     Pictured above are two guitars that are "in the works".  They could be finished and ready to go out the door by Christmas.  The guitar on the left in each picture has Claro Walnut back and sides and a German spruce top. The guitar on the right in each picture is built of Padauk with a Sitka spruce top.


     Padauk is an African wood which has very similar qualities to Rosewood (density, flexibility, weight and strength). The obvious difference is the reddish color which fades to a warm brown over the years. Luthiers love it.


     Note: These guitars are about 90% finished since these pictures were taken. If someone is seriously interested I could begin spraying the lacquer finish coats next week. Each of these guitars will sell for $950.

     Pictured above is a mini Woody.  The body is 18" long (heel to tail) instead of the usual 20 1/2"​.   Made of solid cherry wood with a Sitka spruce top. The guitar has a nice, warm sound and it is easy to play. This is a very nice little guitar.  Asking $750.

     This guitar pictured above is made of Sapele (an African mahogany) and German spruce.  It has a maple-bound fretboard with teardrop inlay for position markers. This is a fine guitar, with a big, bluesy sound.  Asking $950.

     Above is pictured a solid Walnut guitar with a Sitka spruce top and a sunburst finish.  The guitar has large Mother of Pearl inlays in the neck and maple bindings.  Asking $850.