McNally P10 Acoustic Guitar, All Mahogany
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This McNally P10 model features an all-Mahogany body construction with Baked European Red Spruce bracing in Northern Irish luthier Ciaran McNally's parlour body shape.
This 12-fret model has a Mahogany neck with volute and an Ebony fretboard with matching Ebony bridge.
The guitar is finished with gloss on its body while the back of the neck features a satin finish to enhance the fretting-hand's playing experience.
The McNally P10 model comes with a Hiscox Pro II case and certificate of authenticity.
Ciaran McNally previewed this build before it started, telling us:
“This the 12 fret version of my S model. Expect a drier, bluesy ragtime tone from the mahogany top, with plenty of headroom for a small guitar. Also with a short scale but a chunkier 45mm neck which I think is befitting of an all Mahogany Parlour. Quite a classic looking and feeling guitar, but just the right amount of modern from the McNally headstock and bridge.”
- 12 Fret Parlour model
- Mahogany soundboard, back and sides
- Baked European red spruce bracing
- Ebony bindings
- Fine wood purfling rosette
- Ebony Fretboard & bridge
- Mahogany neck with volute
- Ebony headstock front and back overlay
- Gold Gotoh tuners with Ebony buttons
- Celtic Knot & script logo in gold foil
- Ebony bridge Pins
- Bone nut and saddle
- 1 3/4′′ (45mm) nut width
- 24.9′′ scale length – 12 fret join
- Gloss finish with Satin rear of neck.
- Bolt on neck joint with two way truss rod
- Hiscox Pro II case with certificate
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Every guitar comes with a 72-hour appraisal period so if you're not satisfied you can return the instrument to us
Ciaran McNally has achieved a lot in his young years, having studied at Belfast's Lagan Lutherie School and London Metropolitan University's College of Furniture, Ciaran then worked as Senior Craftsman with George Lowden and Production Manager at Atkin Guitars before returning home to Armagh, Northern Ireland to set up his own workshop.