Goodall Concert Jumbo Acoustic Guitar, Master Grade Adirondack Spruce & East Indian Rosewood
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This breathtaking new Concert Jumbo in East Indian Rosewood and Master Grade Adirondack Spruce hails from the workshop of Goodall Guitars out in Fort Bragg, California, and embodies so much of what we love about their sensational builds.
The Concert Jumbo was introduced as an intermediary for the Grand Concert and Standard models, offering the comfort and intimacy of the former with the power and response of the larger style. It comes together in a versatile and dynamic instrument that produces stunning timbres from a whisper to belting out under a flatpack.
The build quality throughout the instrument is staggering, with wonderful detail in both Abalone and Koa accenting the curves of the body through to the headstock. The neck profile is immediately comfortable and the playability effortless all the way through to the dusty end of the board. A real treat for any playing style!
The guitar comes in an Ameritage Humidity Control Hardcase.
- Master Grade Adirondack Spruce Top
- East Indian Rosewood Back and Sides
- Mahogany Neck - Satin Finish
- Ebony Fretboard
- Curly Koa Body and Headstock Bindings
- Ebony Bridge and Pins
- Abalone Rosette
- Slotted MOP Diamond Fretboard Inlay
- 14 Fret Neck Join
- 25.5" Scale
- 1 3/4" Nut Width
- Clear Pickguard
- Brent Custom Cutaway
- Gotoh 510 Gold Mini Tuners with Mini Ebony Buttons
- Ameritage Humidity Control Hardcase
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All instruments ship direct from Nashville to anywhere in the world, fully insured with trusted global couriers
Every guitar comes with a 72-hour appraisal period so if you're not satisfied you can return the instrument to us
Goodall Guitars was formed in 1972 with a simple premise which became their mission statement: acoustic excellence. This means that their purpose is to build instruments with superbly rich tone, refined designs and appointments, and the greatest playability available in an acoustic guitar.