Unknown Builder

Circa early 1900s Parlor

Back & Sides:
Solid Spruce
Lower Bout:
11 1/8"
Scale Length:
Nut Width:
1 7/8"
Beautiful old circa late 1800's/early 1900's mystery builder parlor. Possibly built by Lyon&Healy. The back is beautifully quilted and is either quilted Maple or quilted Oak laminated over Oak. This guitar has been rebuilt by Dan Lambert to enhance its full potential while maintaining as much vintage originality as possible. This includes repairs/enhancements to the original ladder bracing, retaining orginal wood whenever possible for improved tone and structural integrity. Slightly radiused new Indian Rosewood fretboard, new large frets, new Rosewood bridge, new Ebony nut, new bone saddle, and Ebony end pin. NOS ebony with MOP bridge pins. New carbon rod installed in reset neck for added stability. Original tuners with Ivory buttons. 8 1/4" upper bout. 2 3/8" string spacing at saddle. 3 7/8" deep at end pin. Chipboard case.