Santa Cruz 20th Anniversary Limited Edition OM, Indian Rosewood & Adirondack Spruce - Pre-Owned
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Back in 1997, Richard Hoover and his team celebrated twenty years of building guitars by crafting a limited edition run of 20th Anniversary guitars, featuring Art Deco-inspired inlay work by famed artist Larry Robinson. Don't underestimate the potential of Indian rosewood on this OM. This beautifully straight-grained set provides a balanced complexity, with a modest amount of sustain and darkness to support the clear, powerful sound of Adirondack spruce. (If you ask us, SCGC makes some of the best IRW OMs around!) This special instrument, number 7 of 20, was signed by Richard Hoover himself, and comes to us in excellent condition.
- Top: Adirondack spruce
- Back and sides: Indian rosewood
- Neck: Mahogany with V profile
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Headstock overlay: Ebony
- Bridge: Ebony
- Binding (body, fretboard and headstock): Ivoroid
- Purfling and rosette: Abalone
- Tuners: Nickel Waverly
- Inlay: MOP and abalone SCGC 20th Anniversary design by Larry Robinson
- Scale length: 25.4"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- String spacing at bridge: 2-3/16"
- Serial number: 1026
- Year of build: 1997
- Case: TKL hardshell
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Santa Cruz Guitar Company
Founded by Richard Hoover in 1976, the Santa Cruz Guitar Company brought boutique guitar making to the forefront of the steel string guitar business. With the aim of developing a true custom shop, a small team in the hills of Santa Cruz, California, build around 400 ‘heirloom quality’ instruments every year.