Serial No. 414-Built 2005
The Concert Model is the only style flattop guitar I build these days. This one was built with the classic combination of Brazilian rosewood and Adirondack (red) spruce. The rosewood is an old set I’ve had stashed for many years that shows lots of figure and color. The spruce top has medium-width even grain, good color, and no run-out. The body is bound in beautiful curly koa, and it has a matching koa heal cap.
This model is loosely based on the 1930’s Martin OM. This guitar has the balance, projection and clarity associated with that venerable guitar. The Andersen Concert Model has a slightly more rounded body-shape and is slightly deeper than the traditional OM. It performs well–whether played finger-style or with a flatpick–and has the nuance of tone that is often lacking in larger guitars.
- Adirondack spruce top
- Brazilian-Rosewood back and sides
- Mahogany neck
- Curly koa binding and heal cap
- 25.4-inch scale
- Gold Waverly tuners with ebony buttons
- 15-inch wide body
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