Specifications
Model name: Sungha Jung Signature
Body shape: Grand Concert
Guitar type: 6-string
Top: AAA European spruce
Back & Sides: Indian rosewood AAA (Style 32)
Neck: Mahogany
Cutaway: soft (round)
Soundhole rosette: Wooden core with purflings
Headstock: Flat headstock
Headstock veneer: Indian rosewood
Body bindings: Maple
Headstock bindings: Maple
Fingerboard bindings: Maple
Body purfling: Purfling from noble woods
Fingerboard: Ebony
Headstock inlays: White MOP Lakewood logo
Fingerboard inlays: Sungha Jung signature inlay
Heel cap: Indian rosewood
Nut: Bone
Neck width at nut: 44 mm (1.73 inch)
Neck width at body-neck-joint: 56 mm (2.20 inch)
Neck thickness: 21mm to 23mm (0.83 to 0.91 inch)
Neck profile: D round
Body-neck-joint: at 14th fret
Scale length: 650 mm (25.6 inch)
Frets: 20 frets
Bridge: Ebony
Saddle: Bone
String spacing at bridge: 55mm (2.17 inch)
Bridge pins: Ebony with pearl dot
Pickup system: L.R. Baggs Anthem
Tuners: Schaller M6 chrome
Tuner buttons: Rosewood
Body finish: Open-pored satin gloss (natural finish)
Neck finish: Open-pored satin gloss (natural finish)
End pin: Wooden Lakewood end pin (matching bridge pins)
Strings: Like end pin, normal position
Case: Elixir Nanoweb Phosphorbronze .012 - .053 (light)

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Brand
Model
  • Sungha Jung Signature - Grand Concert Model with cutaway and pickup system
Finish
  • Open Pored Satin Gloss (Natural Finish)

Mahogany Music

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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