Archangel has a hand-carved arched spruce top, a hand-carved arched cherry back. In fact hand-carved everything, much like a violin. Then hand-polished to a fine patina. All for good reason - an exquisite tone!
"Archangel also features a slightly radiused fingerboard, Stradivari-type f-holes, a sound-port and high quality tuning machines to make it a pleasure for either classical, jazz or fingerstyle players to play.
The instrument can be custom orderded in a wide variety of tonewoods and finishes.
This original guitar has:
Professional jazz and classical players have described the instrument as very responsive, sexy and pretty sounding with excellent sustain.
"Archangel" is able to fill small and medium sized club rooms with a beautifully balanced tone but can also be ordered with a high quality, natural sounding pickup system for concerts in bigger concert halls and clubs.
"Archangels" currently carry a suggested price of US$5990- final price is dependent on the location, currency exchange rate and final specifications decided on by the client.
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