Unknown Builder

Circa early 1900s Brazilian Parlor

Back & Sides:
Brazilian Rosewood 
Lower Bout:
12 3/4"
Scale Length:
24 1/2"
Nut Width:
This circa early 1910s-1920s single 0 sized guitar is an absolute beauty!  Unknown builder - potentially Lyon & Healy made.  Gorgeous crack free Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with stunning finely made purfling/marquetry.  This guitar is a wonderful fingerstyle player with a sweet and intimate tone.  It has been fully and expertly 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 ebony fretboard, new frets, new ebony belly bridge, new ebony nut, new bone saddle, NOS ebony bridge pins.  A new carbon rod has  been inserted into the freshly reset neck to enhance structural integrity for another 100 years of playing.  12.75" lower bout, 9.0" upper bout, 7.25" waist.  3 5/8" deep at end pin.  Comes with non-original chipboard case or gig bag.