Our Grand Auditorium guitars are crafted with both comfort and sound in mind. The sloped shoulder allows for easy finger picking, and the full size body delivers the projection you would expect from a dreadnaught.
Our acoustic electric Grand Auditoriums have a cutaway body, allowing better access for playing past the 12th fret.
Our dreadnaughts remain true to the heritage of what has made this body style so popular over the years.
We build this time tested guitar style using a variety of tone woods on the like cedar and German Engelmann spruce.
On the back and sides we use mahogany, maple and rosewood. This gives any flat picker and strummer plenty to choose from.
A smaller more comfortable body style. Our orchestra guitars are perfect for players looking for the comfort of a parlor guitar but with a little more substance and access past the 12th fret.
Our acoustic electric orchestras feature a cutaway body, great for doing lead work and getting the most out of the entire fretboard.
Modern Vintage embodied, these guitars offer the look and sound of the parlor guitars first popular in the late 1800's. Notable features like a smaller, slim waist body, slotted headstock and vintage oval tuners give our parlor guitars a retro style to match their warm mid range tone.
We build a special grand auditorium acoustic electric every two years to celebrate the company's anniversary.
Each of these anniversary guitars has a unique design on the fretboard and around the soundhole. Some of the designs are only built in small quantities, while some have become so iconic to our brand that we continue to offer them many years after they were initially introduced.
Our Slim Arch Series is the most versatile guitar in our lineup. The Slim Arch is for the guitarist looking to over a wide variety of tones with one guitar.
Our 12 string guitars deliver the full, lush sounds that 12 strings are known for.
For the guitarist on the go, who wants a real guitar wherever they go. While compact in size, the same attention to detail and craftsmanship found in our full size guitars can be found in our travel guitars as well.
A solid top and arched back will make any of these guitars your best sounding traveling option.
From traditional Spanish style bodies to thin bodies more akin to an electric guitar, we build a variety of nylon string guitars.
Tone woods include Sitka Spruce and Cedar tops and Mahogany, Roseweood, Dao, and Devil tree wood back and sides.
We offer a number of our models in left handed versions.
Our mandolins pair the styling of a guitar, with the sound and feel of a traditional mandolin. Featuring two options for soundhole placement, and tops crafted from spruce or bubinga. These mandolins are attractive to the seasoned player looking to stand out, or guitarists interested in branching out into the instrument for the first time.
Almost all our body styles come in a acoustic electric version. See them all here.
These bodies are slightly modified versions of our dreadnaught body. The southern jumbo has a more rounded shoulder than our dreadnaught.