Aiersi Smallman Raised Fretboard Lattice Bracing Classical Guitar SC098SPF

Aiersi Smallman Lattice Braced Classical guitar took over 10 years to develop and perfect, and the result is stunning!

A highly arched and carved back for the guitar, considerably thicker and heavier than a conventional guitar, is made of Indian Rosewood, while the top is made of Western Cedar.
Lattice sound bracing system design by Smallman utilizes a “lattice” framework composed of balsa wood. By contrast, traditional classical guitars use struts made of cedar or spruce arranged in a “fan” shape.
Raised fretboard design facilitates easy access to upper frets and sound port on body side is your personal monitor.
Armrest for comfort and louder sound.


Top: Super Thin 3A Grade Canadian Cedar
the thickness for top is 1.8-1.9MM
Side: Solid Indian Rosewood
Back: Round back, Indian Rosewood
Neck: African Mahogany
Fingerboard, Bridge and Armrest: Ebony
Machine Heads “Der Jung”

2-Way Metal Trust Rod In Neck
Rosette :Smallman Style Rosette
Raised Neck Design, One port in side
Nut & Saddle: Ox Bone
Binding: Indian Rosewood

 Perfectly set up by Ramos Guitars, including upgraded tuners, fret markers, new saddle. A fantastic instrument!

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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  • Smallman Raised Fingerboard SC098SPF Concert Classical Guitar
  • Natural
  • 2017
Made In
  • China

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