B & J

Serenader Long Scale Jumbo

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Approximately 1 7/8"
We have never encountered a circa 1920s acoustic of this size and scale!  B&J "The Serenader" branded.  Possibly built by Regal in Chicago, IL.  This guitar has an enormous 30.75" scale length and is absolutely thunderous.  23.0" body length. 2 3/8" string spacing at saddle.   Spruce top with Poplar (or potentially Cherry) back /sides.  Deep round neck profile.  This guitar has been rebuilt by Dan Lambert including repairs/enhancements to the original ladder bracing, retaining original wood whenever possible, new ebony fretboard with slight radius, new ebony bridge, new jumbo frets, crack repairs, and new bone nut/saddle, NOS bridge pins, NOS end pin. Also, two carbon rods have been inserted into the neck to enhance the structural integrity for another 100 years of playing. Comes with viola sized padded gig bag.