Stephen Strahm - EROS 'Black Stallion' African Blackwood / Alpine Moon Spruce - Pre-Owned
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Playing guitars like this stunning Stephen Strahm EROS in Master Grade African Blackwood and Alpine Moon Spruce is the reason why we do what do here at The North American Guitar, it is quite simply outrageous! Santa Cruz, California based luthier Stephan Strahm is fast becoming one of the most sort after luthiers in the world delivering guitars that consistently take your breath away.
His lines and attention for detail are unique and breathtakingly beautiful, whilst each guitar's voice has a ’Strahm’ signature tone that can be recognised from any corner of the room, this 'Black Stallion' EROS is something else! Rich and full in the mids and highs but with a smooth and sophisticated low-end bass response. A truly versatile instrument excelling at fingerstyle and drop / alternate tunings.
This beautiful EROS was built and delivered in 2018 to a client in the US and thankfully has made its way across the pond to us here in London. It is in impeccable condition.
- Dubbed the "Black Stallion" by Stephen
- Mastergrade African Blackwood back & sides
- Alpine Moon Spruce top
- Florentine cutaway
- African Blackwood headstock faceplate, with bevelled edges
- Black Violet Chrome Gotoh 510 tuning machines
- Mahogany neck
- African Blackwood fretboard
- African Blackwood rosette
- African Blackwood bridge
- Ebony bridge pins
- Ebony bindings
- Crystalline tone - perfection is the word that comes to mind !
- SN: 81518195
- Custom fit Main Stage flight case (saddle brown/gold)
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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
As is often the way, Stephen’s lutherie journey began with a deep passion for music, since childhood. After developing a love for the guitar and dabbling within repairs and setups, Stephen progressed to lutherie training at the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery in Phoenix Arizona.