Santa Cruz H13 Custom Acoustic Guitar, White Ebony & Torrefied Sitka Spruce
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This gorgeous H13 model from Santa Cruz features a gorgeous set of White Ebony for the back and sides with a Torrefied Sitka Spruce top.
SCGC’s concept for the H-13 is to achieve power beyond what would be expected in a small-bodied guitar. Two fundamental lutherie tricks make this possible: a longer string length (more downward pressure at the saddle) and more air space via a deeper body (increased volume and bass response).
To place the bridge in the optimal position for power and maintain the longer string length, the neck needs to join the body at the 13th fret. Cool, huh? This is a gorgeous classic with power and presence expected from a much larger instrument. Perfect for aggressive fingerstyle blues and vocal accompaniment, the H-13 feels really sweet to hold.
- Back & Sides: White Ebony
- Top: Torrefied Sitka Spruce
- Back Stripe: S29
- Binding: Black
- Rosette: Ivoroid
- Purfling: S29
- Bracing/Voicing : H 13 Scallop/Tapered
- Peghead: Solid
- Neck: Maple
- Overlay Material: Ebony
- Headstock Inlay : Santa Cruz Ivoroid Script Logo
- Width at Nut: 1-3/4″
- Neck Shape: V
- Fingerboard Inlay: Black Side Dots
- Width at 14th Fret: 2-3/16″
- Binding: Ivoroid
- Scale Length: 25.375”
- Finish: Natural
- Tuners/gears Waverly nickel tuners w/ Ebony Buttons
- Case: Hard Shell Case
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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.