Art & Lutherie Guitars are built in Canada in the same traditions of lutherie while embracing innovative design and modern practices. Designing guitars worthy of the stage but so comfortable and welcoming that you find yourself lost in them on your front porch.

The Art & Lutherie Legacy is the perfect take on the Concert Hall Acoustic Body shape. This shape is popular among Rock, Folk, Blues and even Worship teams alike. It takes the best characteristics from it's two siblings the Americana and the Roadhouse and combines them into the Legacy. It is available with the optional Godin electronics system making it great in a live situation.

Hand Rubbed Finish

All Hand-Rubbed Faded Black stained finish. Then four coats of finish are added and finalized with a custom polish.

Features
  • Wild Cherry Back & Sides 
  • Solid Cedar Top
  • Silver Leaf Maple Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
  • 1.72" Nut Width
  • 24.84” Scale
  • 16” fingerboard radius
  • Graphtech Tusq™ Nut & Saddle
  • Double-action Truss Rod
  • Open-gear 16:1 antique brass tuning machines
  • Hand-crafted in Quebec, Canada
  • Includes Gig Bag

    ConditionBrand New (New)
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    Brand
    Model
    • Legacy Concert CW QIT
    Finish
    • Faded Black
    Categories
    Fretboard Material
    • Rosewood
    Right / Left Handed
    • Right Handed
    Number of Strings
    • 6-String
    Back Material
    • Cherry
    Neck Material
    • Maple
    Body Shape
    • Concert
    Top Material
    • Spruce
    Body Features
    • Cutaway
    Sides Material
    • Cherry

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    Yandas Music & Pro Audio

    Kearney, NE, United States
    Sales:17,253
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