Parlour Guitars

With bevelled front and back edges

How many Pink Ivory Guitars have you seen lately? This is the rarest of all tone-woods. The curl or heavy quilting in this Pink Ivory is mesmerizing! And simply unobtainable. The top is Carpathian spruce. The binding and top & back bevels are Macassar Ebony. Macassary Ebony also serves as the soundhole binding and headstock faceplate. The slotted headstock has a Mother-of-Pearl logo, as well as Waverly tuning machines with Ebony buttons. The rosette is of abalone and Macassar Ebony. The neck is Maple. The signature Maingard Heel Cap is dyed Sycamore and Macassar Ebony. This guitar also has “red all around”, a delicate purfling line that accents the top, back, sides, headstock and fretboard. The fretboard and bridge are Ebony. The bridge pins are Ebony with pink(genuine Coral) dots.

Length 629mm (24 7/8″)
Upperbout 226mm (8 7/8″)
Lowerbout 312mm (12 1/4″)
Depth at tail 118mm (4 5/8″)
Nut Width 46mm (1 13/16″)
Frets to Body 12

All guitars are available in Brazilian Rosewood, African Blackwood, Cocobolo, Pink Ivory & other. Please email me to discuss the tonal  implications of the different woods for backs & sides as well as availability.

All tops are preferably over 20 years old hand selected over many years Alpine or European spruce.