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Goodall RP-14 Parlor, Indian Rosewood & Adirondack Spruce


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It seems to be every guitar maker’s goal to build a small-bodied instrument that has the fullness and presence of its louder brethren. To that end, there are plenty of great parlor guitars out there, and while many are punchy and loud, they typically lack body and depth. In crafting their parlor guitar, James and Luke Goodall made theirs a little bigger overall, really putting it somewhere between a 0 and 00. The increase in size pays dividends in sound, while still being pleasantly comfortable and travel-ready.

This RP14 combines a master-grade Adirondack spruce top with East Indian rosewood back and sides, for a rich, complex tone you rarely hear in such a small guitar. Hawaiian koa bindings and the abalone shell rosette are a lovely visual nod to the Goodall family's time in Hawaii. A better fireside guitar would be hard to find.

  • Model: 14-fret parlor
  • Top: Adirondack spruce
  • Back and sides: East Indian rosewood
  • Neck: Mahogany with satin finish
  • Rosette: Paua
  • Binding: Curly koa
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Peghead veneer: Ebony
  • Bridge, pins, and end pin: Ebony
  • Nut and saddle: Bone
  • Tuners: Gotoh 510 Gold Mini w/ ebony buttons
  • Scale length: 25”
  • Nut width: 1-3/4”
  • Case: Ameritage w/ humidity control case
  • Serial number: RP-14 6921
  • Year of build: 2021


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Key Features

Goodall RP-14 Parlor, Indian Rosewood & Adirondack Spruce
Goodall's parlor is uniquely sized somewhere between an 0 and 00, giving it surprising body and volume in a small package
Master grade Adirondack spruce and Indian rosewood pair together for a rich, articulate voice
Hawaiian koa binding and an abalone rosette add just enough sparkle to dress up this classic tonewood combination

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