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With hand carved figured tops, traditionally bound or with a faux binding, the look of this instrument is one of pure elegance.

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$4199 CAN
$3199 USD
€2999 EUR
£2500 GBP

“The Preacher” is our fixed neck single cut model. The feel of this guitar should suit any traditionalist but it also offers the benefits of a 25-inch scale length, compound radius fingerboard, comfort carved heel and rear cutaway for easier access to the high frets.

With hand carved figured tops, traditionally bound or with a faux binding, the look of this instrument is one of pure elegance. All pickups, hardware, colour and finish options are available, and if a figured top is not your thing then solid colours like a ‘Gold Top’ is also available.

All pickups and hardware used on any of these guitars will be from the best makers and manufacturers.

All custom options are available on this model.

Prices shown do not include any applicable taxes.
Price includes an SKB hard case. Gig bags or flight cases are optional.

The specs listed below are the options for the standard model at the standard pricing. If you would like an option that is not listed below, please contact Dan to get a quote for a custom build.

Guitar Body
Brazilian Mahogany, African Mahogany, Cedrela or Korina
Neck
Brazilian Mahogany
Neck Profile
vintage or modern C, D or V
Scale Length
25.5″
Fingerboard
Rosewood/Ebony or Pau ferro
Radius
Compound 9.5″ to 16″
Dots
Various
Frets
22 medium high stainless steel
Truss Rod
Traditional 1pc curved rod
Nut
Bone, Tusq or Graphite
Pickups
Oil City, Mojo, Johnson’s, Gemini, Bareknuckle or Customer specified
Bridge
Gotoh, Hipshot or Schaller- Hardtail, Trem or Wrapover
Machine Heads
Gotoh, Schaller, Grover and Hipshot