Laskin Mid-Size 'TNAG 10' Commemorative Acoustic Guitar, African Blackwood & AAAA Sitka Spruce
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We are incredibly excited to announce that, to commemorate The North American Guitar's 10th Anniversary, we have teamed up with Canadian luthier extraordinaire William 'Grit' Laskin to build a very special guitar.
This celebratory Mid-Size model features African Blackwood for the back and sides, complete with a centre-strip of sapwood, with a AAAA-grade Sitka Spruce top.
The guitar includes a very special inlay consisting of the English rose and the cotton bud, to signify the union of The North American Guitar and Cotten Music (now The North American Guitar Nashville) in creating the world's leading home of the finest custom guitars.
"Grit and I have been discussing this exciting project at length for some time now and it only seemed fitting to team up with his immaculate talent and almost 50 years' experience to commemorate our 10th Anniversary. Combining the heritage of TNAG's UK foundation intertwined with our new partnership with Cotten Music to form TNAG Nashville, Grit envisioned the English Rose and Cotton Bud intertwined to create a true masterpiece. We are just so very proud to announce this stunning instrument to the world so, from us all, Grit, thank you for vision, dedication, and talent to make this project come to life." - TNAG's Ben Montague.
- Model: ‘MID-SIZE’
- Back & Sides: African Blackwood, With Sapwood Centre
- Top: AAAA Sitka Spruce
- Neck: Honduras Mahogany
- Fretboard, Bridge, Binding: Ebony
- Scale Length: 650 MM. = 25.6 Inches
- Tuners: Gotoh with Ebony Buttons
- Strings: D’ADDARIO Lights
- Case: Hoffee
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Grit Laskin wears many hats. His primary one is that of guitarmaker, a profession he has pursued since 1971. His steel-string, classical and flamenco guitars are known and coveted by artists and enthusiasts around the world.