Goodall KCJ 66 Hawaiian Koa Jumbo 2020
Goodall Guitars is opgericht in 1972 met een simpel uitganspunt; Acoustic Excellence. Deze Jumbo is de belichaming van dit uitgangspunt.
Having such a fine guitar builder as James Goodall build a concert Medium Jumbo, actually a Grand auditorium size more than jumbo, and in dimensions similar to the Lowden F is simply asking to be impressed by craftsmanship and tonal characteristics.
This Goodall KCJ 66 brings a tremendous amount of balance, concert-hall like bass that can only be likened to a grand piano and the combination of Hawaiian Koa with Engelmann spruce brings a brilliance and clarity. The low frequencies are very present, but Goodall has managed to build an instrument that remains a great focus, single-note definition and impressive sustain.
Hawaiian Koa is known to be impressively figured, the piece used on this guitar certainly is and it is constructed to its Engelmann spruce top with flamed maple bindings. Furthermore it is appointed with an abalone purfling, ebony bridge with unbleached bone saddle. Even the Honduras mahogany neck is matching the sides with a subtle flame. It features mother of pearl inlay on the ebony fretboard and the headstock is bound with the same flamed maple to match the body and is equipped with gold Gotoh 510s with ebony knobs.
In near mint condition and comes in a hardshell case with TFOA passport.
|Merk en Conditie|
|Mensuur||648 mm - 25.5"|
|Reist in||Hardshell Case|