Turnstone TG Cutaway, Macassar Ebony & Redwood - Pre-Owned
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Turnstone's versatile Grand Auditorium-sized TG sports a deep, tapered body, generous lower bout dimensions, and a tight waist, allowing it to pivot between dynamic strumming, lead playing and fingerstyle depending on the wood combo. This TG, though, with its 12-fret neck join and pairing of Macassar ebony and redwood, is a chocolatey rich fingerstyle specialist for sure, perfect for alternate tunings and vocal accompaniment alike. Though it was only built in 2021, the tone is well played in, open, and not in the least bit tight, with an effortless slinky playability fingerpickers will love. It has a driving, dark bass that doesn't get boomy even in drop tunings, with strong mids and mellow but clear highs. Koa takes mahogany's place on the neck, with a low rounded profile and familiar feel, while a slotted headstock adds even more to this guitar's fingerstyle appeal.
This guitar is in excellent condition, coming to us with a K&K Pure Mini already installed and its original blue Crossrock hardshell case.
- Model: 12-fret TG with cutaway (2021)
- Top: North American redwood
- Back and Sides: Macassar ebony
- Neck: Koa with custom rounded heel
- Profile: Low, rounded profile
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Fret markers: Custom "overhang key"
- Headstock: Slotted
- Tuners: Schertler satin chrome with black buttons
- Nut and saddle material: Cattle bone
- Bridge and pins: Ebony
- Binding: Koa
- Scale length: 25-1/2"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- String Spacing: 2-1/4"
- Lower bout: 15-1/2"
- Depth: 4.3"
- Pickup: K&K Pure Mini
- Serial Number: 1021
- Case: Crossrock hardshell (blue)
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Turnstone Guitar Company is based in Surrey, England and was founded by luthier Rosie Heydenrych. In 2010, Rosie started learning her craft in London and set up a dedicated workshop in 2015 producing fine handmade steel-string guitars.