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Model: Mistral

Top: Sitka Spruce

Back/Sides: Ziricote

Upper bout width: 11.38”
Lower bout width: 15.47”
Lower bout depth: 4.13”
Scale length: 25.34”
Body length: 19.37”
Nut width: 1 3/4”
Saddle width: 2 1/4”
Rosette: Interlaced Rosette with Radial Purfling
Fretboard: Ebony
Binding: Ebony
Purfling: Radial Zebrawood

Bridge: Ebony



Bouchereau Guitars are built by luthier Loic Bortot​ in Quebec City. The Mistral model is his version of the modern OM measuring 15.5" across the lower bout.


We love luthiers with unique features and this guitar has plenty of them! It is fully decked out in gorgeous appointments such as his signature interlace rosette with segments of Ziricote, bordered by radial Zebrawood purfling. The entire top is also bound with a radial Zebrawood purfling that is just stunning. He also has a distinct 2 tone headstock design and a unique carved bridge.

The tone is very unique, not something we have heard in other guitars. It is extremely overtone rich, giving it a very full and rich sound which suits fingerstyle well.

If you are looking for a guitar that stands out, this just might be it! Get in touch with us if you are interested in this guitar, or getting something similar.

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