Blueridge BR371 Parlor 12 Fret Spruce Rosewood

$ 1165.53

The BR371 is based on the classic parlor guitars built in the early 20th century. Only the finest materials are used in the construction of this remarkable guitar. Indian rosewood was chosen for the back and sides while the top is made of solid Sitka spruce.

Stunning, hand-inlaid strips of precisely-cut abalone shell outline the entire top and circle the sound-hole rosette. The grained ivoroid buttons on the tuning machines match the body binding on the body and neck.

The smaller body size makes this instrument ideal for travel! Comes in a Blueridge gigbag.

Specifications:

Body Shape:
Parlor 12 Fret

Finish:
Natural, Gloss

Dimensions:
Width: 354 mm – 13.94″
Depth: 105 mm – 4.13″

Back and Sides Material:
Solid East Indian Rosewood

Top Material:
Solid Sitka Spruce

Bracing:
Scalloped X-Bracing

Body Details:

Ivoroid Binding, Abalone Rosette and Purfling

Neck Material:
Mahogany

Neck Profile:
Soft V

Fingerboard Material:
Ebony

Fingerboard Radius:
16″

Neck Details:
Ivoroid Binding, Snowflake Inlay, Rosewood Headstock Overlay

Nutwidth:
48 mm – 1.89″

Scale Length:
630 mm – 24.8″

String Spacing:
60 mm – 2.36″

Bridge:
Ebony

Tuners:
Three-On-A-Plate with Ivoroid Buttons

Pickup:
N/A

Condition:
New

Travels in:
Blueridge Gigbag

Accessories:
TFOA Passport

Photos of:
Sample Instrument