TreeHouse Guitars Ember, Local Birdseye Maple & Salvaged Sonora Island Sitka Spruce

$6,540

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We couldn't be more thrilled to help Zach Lefebvre of TreeHouse Guitars in Canada launch a brand new model: his vintage-inspired acoustic-electric wonder, the Ember! Whether you're a blues player looking for something to rip some slide licks on, an acoustic player looking for an instrument for diving into jazz standards, or a singer-songwriter wanting to add a unique, focused voice to your arsenal, the Ember Series models are the ticket. It may be small, but with that maple clarity and mid-range focus, you can draw plenty out played acoustic. But it sure does sound fabulous using those hand-wound single coil pickups, too.

As per usual with Zach's guitars, we've got commitment to local and repurposed materials everywhere, from the salvaged Sonora Island Sitka top, local maple used for the body and neck, to the recycled piano key ebony saddle. The hand-hammered steel pickguard bracket and tailpiece and the hand-rubbed Osmo oil sunburst finish it off with an organic, lively feel in keeping with Zach's aesthetic.

  • Soundboard: Salvaged Sonora Island Sitka spruce
  • Back and sides: Local birdseye maple
  • Neck: Local curly maple with C profile
  • Neck reinforcements: 2 Carbon-fibre rods and a truss rod
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Frets: EVO Gold
  • Tuners: Golden Age Restoration
  • Nut material: Unbleached bone
  • Peghead veneer: Ebony
  • Pickguard: Ebonized walnut
  • Body binding: Ultra-Comfy Rounded Rocklite
  • Bridge: Ebony with adjustable thumbwheels
  • Saddle: Compensated ebony (recycled from old piano keys)
  • Brace pattern: TreeHouse Phoenix
  • Finish: Hand-rubbed sunburst with Osmo oil
  • Pickup: Hand-wound single coil, gold foil
  • Knobs: Volume and tone (thumbwheels under pickguard edge)
  • Pickguard bracket and tailpiece: Hand-hammered steel
  • Scale length: 25-3/8”
  • Nut width: 1-3/4”
  • String spacing: 2-1/8”
  • Lower bout: 13-1/2”
  • Depth: 3-7/8”
  • Serial number: G-0045
  • Case: Hardshell (tweed)

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TreeHouse

TreeHouse Guitars intertwine tradition and contemporary concepts, creating unique and versatile instruments with a focus on locally sourced tonewoods.

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