Buendia Guitars Modified Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar, 'The Tree' Mahogany & Master-Grade Adirondack Spruce - Pre-Owned

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This Leonardo Buendia Modified Dreadnought is without a doubt one of the finest Modified Dreadnoughts we have ever played and seen! Built with the fabled ‘The Tree’ mahogany for the back and sides and master-grade Adirondack spruce for the soundboard, this 2018 model, though pre-owned, is in pristine condition. With a beautiful articulate voice, there is a depth and warmth to the mids and lows paired with plenty of shimmer and clarity in the highs.

  • Soundboard: Master-grade plus Adirondack
  • Back and sides: Highly quilted ‘The Tree’ mahogany
  • Top braces: Sitka spruce
  • Back braces: Latticed Honduran mahogany
  • Finish: French polish
  • Cutaway: Florentine
  • Rosette: Hand-carved Celtic geometrical w/ green burl maple design
  • End graft: Custom hand-carved Celtic geometrical design
  • Wedge: Manzer-style tapered body
  • Neck: Honduran mahogany

  • Fingerboard: Ebony w/ 20" radius
  • Back of headstock veneer: Ebony
  • Fret wire: Medium nickel-silver 18%
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Bridge & pins: Ebony
  • Binding: Ebony with black/green purfling
  • Scale length: 25-1/2"
  • String spacing at bridge: 2-1/4”
  • Nut width: 1-3/4”
  • Tuning Machines: Gotoh 510 Series stealth in gold w/ black buttons
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Case: Custom carbon fiber Hoffee hardshell black exterior, red interior
  • Year of build: 2018

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Buendia Guitars

With the perspective and experience of a performing musician, Leo began his career as a luthier in his hometown of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Years later, he moved to Oakland, California to complete an apprenticeship with Ervin Somogyi.

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All our guitars come with an appraisal period meaning easy returns if you’re not satisfied