I really don't know how James Goodall gets so much volume and presence out of these parlor guitars, but they always amaze me. This one has a slightly dark punch from the EIR/Adirondack combo, with an astounding amount of headroom for a parlor box. It plays wonderful, and the short-scale neck is super comfy. Comes with original Ameritage case.
Indian rosewood back/sides Adirondack spruce top 14-fret parlor body Hawaiian koa binding Ebony bridge, fretboard, and headplate Gotoh 510 tuners Abalone rosette 1 3/4" nut, 2 1/4" spacing, 25" scale
Cosmetically, this guitar is in excellent condition. There's a tiny bit of finish lifting above the nut on the headplate.