Please listen to the demo which is a completely acoustic recording done with a ribbon microphone Paul Daniel McGill is one of the world’s greatest luthiers and maker of classical guitars. I first became acquainted with Paul forty years ago and we have remained in touch. He is intimately familiar with this guitar and is available to confirm all specifications. Based in Nashville Tennessee, Paul has been building classical guitars since 1985. His guitars have been played and owned by some of the worlds greatest artists, including , Chet Atkins, Earl Klugh, Muriel Anderson, Peter White, Marc Antoine, Jim Stamford, Wayne Wesley Johnson, Nokie Edwards, Don Potter, Steve Earl, Larry Koonse John Standerfer, Beth Nielsen Chapman and many more. His guitars are renowned for their harmonic balance, superb fit and finish, and choice of superior aged woods. This guitar simply put is the greatest classical guitar I have ever had the pleasure to hear. The woods are spectacular. The top is made of a one piece AAA grade solid Western Cedar. The back and sides are solid Brazilian Rosewood from a very unique set Paul found. The pictures don’t do it justice. The tone of this guitar is absolutely magnificent. It is stunningly alive and vibrant. Every note on the guitar rings out and there is not even a remote dead spot anywhere on the guitar. The purfling and rosette are nothing short of exquisite. It is fitted with Sloane machine heads with bone buttons. The neck is curly Mahogany and is equally exquisite. The fit and finish is second to none. Scale is 654mm and the nut width is 52.8mm. It is fitted with a high end pickup which sounds amazing with a preamp. On a scale of 10, I will rate it a 9. There is one scratch on the treble side which is pictured. There are no repairs, breaks or cracks. Tone is hard to describe. Suffice it to say, the tone is nothing short of spectacular and any of the worlds top Classical guitarists would be thrilled to play it. It is superbly well balanced and every note has a shimmering transparent ring. RMC pickup system with end pin jack. Deluxe fitted hardshell case. If you commissioned McGill to make this guitar today it would cost approx $10,000. This is a lifetime concert classical guitar equally suitable for a professional and an amateur
United States, Sacramento, CA
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Additional return policy details: There will be a $100 restocking fee.
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Used - Excellent Condition
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