The StreamLine differs from the other Andersen models in that it is not a custom guitar. Most Andersen guitars are made to order for a specific player. The StreamLine, however, is a standardized instrument. It is hand-made in my one-man Seattle shop using the same materials and designs found on my more expensive guitars. By keeping the ornamentation to a minimum, I can offer it at a lower price than the custom guitars I make. I use solid woods for the top and back, like almost every other model. I happen to really like this model: it has a very straightforward design that I like to think of as a simple elegance. And, at $5600, you’d be hard pressed to find a better bang for your buck.

    • Engelmann Spruce soundboard with red spruce tonebars
    • Back, sides and neck of American maple
    • 3″ body depth
    • 16″ body width
    • Nut width: 1 3/4″
    • Scale length 24.9″ or 24.9″ (Builder’s Choice)
    • Ebony fretboard and bridge
    • Waverly tuners with tortoise buttons
    • Tortoise shell celluloid binding on body and neck
    • Pickguard and back of peghead covered in “Dalmatian” pattern celluloid
    • Handmade brass tailpiece, nickel-plated
    • Comes with standard TKL hard shell case
    • Nickel plated Lollar floating “Johnny Smith” pickup
    • Price $5,600; available as time allows. Inquire about upcoming available guitars
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