The Traditional Dreadnough tone is extremely powerful in the bass & midrange with an emphasis on a broad warmth without lacking treble. It has been designed especially with the flatpicker & bluegrass player in mind. This gorgeous example features a Master Adirondak spruce top with AAA-grade East Indian rosewood for the back & sides. In addition to that, the nut, saddle, bridge pins & strap buttons are made of fossilized walrus ivory, which Goodall can no longer source & was a $3500 upcharge at the time the guitar was originally produced.
Cosmetic Condition: Marvelous condition for being over 20 years old - exceptionally clean & still like new with only some mild surface scratches.
Neck: Mahogany neck with white side-dots. Ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl diamond inlays. Frets show a tiny bit of wear, but have plenty of life in them. Bound headstock with mother of pearl G & wings inlay. Waverly open-gear Butterbean tuners work perfectly. 1.75" nut width; 25.6" scale length. Neck is straight & truss rod functions fine.
Body: Dreadnought body in natural, high-gloss finish. Solid Master Adirondak spruce top with Herringbone purfling. Ebony bridge with tortoise pickguard & Herringbone rosette. Again, the nut, saddle bridge pins & strap buttons are fossilized walrus ivory. AAA-grade solid East Indian rosewood back & sides with Herringbone center strip. Maple binding on the top & back. There are no electronics & the guitar weighs 4 lbs 15.2 oz.
Case: Original hardshell case included.