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Goodall Custom LH Acoustic Guitar, AAAA Koa & Master Grade German Spruce - Pre-Owned


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Goodall has always made a point of delivering incredible instruments for left-handed players with just as much importance as the right-handed instruments they hand-build in Fort Bragg, California, and this sensational Custom LH (built when Goodall was in Hawaii) is exactly that.
Featuring a staggering set of AAAA Koa for the back and sides, with a Master Grade German Spruce top, this instrument is a truly inspiring piece that does indeed sound as magnificent as it looks. 
With Goodall's renowned playability holding true on this fantastic guitar, the Mahogany neck topped with a beautifully inlaid Ebony fretboard boasts a supremely smooth and fast feel all the way through to the dusty end of the board, with articulate fretting and intonation in tow. 
The guitar has a very sweet tone to it, with a lovely richness and harmonic complexity that tumbles out of it the moment you begin to play, whether with a flatpick or finger-style this dynamic instrument is super responsive and lively.
This magnificent Custom LH is in well-played but well-maintained condition and comes in a Calton Hardcase. 
  • Grand concert body
  • AAAA Koa back and sides (with a bit of sapwood in the center)
  • Master grade German Spruce top
  • Cutaway
  • Rosewood binding on the body, fretboard, and peghead
  • Abalone top purling and back strip
  • MOP and Abalone rosette
  • Koa peghead overlay with MOP and Abalone inlay
  • Mahogany neck
  • 1-3/4" nut width
  • Ebony fretboard with MOP dove inlay
  • Ebony bridge with MOP dove inlay in the bridge feet
  • Gold-plated Schaller tuning machines with Ebony buttons
  • FIK fossilized premium Ivory saddle, bridge pins, and nut
  • Gold-plated strap button on the underside of the neck
  • Pickup installed (more information on that to follow)
  • Deluxe Calton case (Gray exterior).
  • Special ordered by Cotten Music in 2000.
  • Re-fretted for the first seven frets.


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