Laskin Small

Sitka/Brazilian Rosewood

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Year: 1995
Model: Small
Top: Sitka Spruce
Back/Sides: Brazilian Rosewood
Upper bout width: 11”
Lower bout width: 15”
Lower bout depth: 4”
Scale length: 25.5”
Body length: 19.625”
Nut width: 1 3/4”
Saddle width: 2 1/4”
Fretboard: Ebony
Binding: Ebony
Bridge: Ebony

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All of William Grit Laskin’s works are one-of-a-kind so they will always be a timeless work of functional art. He is one of those talented builders who has done what most luthiers can only dream of. He is the inventor of not 1 but 2 commonly used appointments on guitars – the Sound Port and Laskin Arm Bevel. And not only does he know how to build incredible sounding guitars he is able to execute extremely intricate inlays on his own guitars as well.

This Laskin was built all the way back in 1995 and apart from the natural cracks in the Nitro finish it is in pretty excellent condition. The inlay depicts an Apache Woman in formal dress. It also helps that this gorgeous instrument comes in the holy grail of tonewoods – Brazilian Rosewood. A perfect addition to anybody’s collection.

If you are interested in this guitar, or want to get something similar, get in touch!

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