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The StreamLine model has been the inspiration for my non-custom approach to making guitars. The StreamLine 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 relative to my custom models. I use solid woods for the top and back, like 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.
The StreamLine shown here is finished in Satin Lacquer. It is very responsive to a light touch, but can be played hard without being over-driven. It weighs just a bit over 5 pounds (5.03lbs.).
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″
Black Ebony fretboard, peghead face and bridge
Macassar (striped) ebony healcap and peghead back overlay
Waverly tuners with tortoise buttons
Tortoise shell celluloid binding on body
Handmade brass tailpiece, nickel-plated
Comes with standard TKL hard shell case
Nickel plated Lollar floating “Johnny Smith” pickup
Weight: 5.03 lbs.
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