Preston Thompson Guitars are perhaps best known for their dreadnoughts used by some of the best bluegrass players in the world.

This 000 12-fret custom is evidence that they can build a fantastic small body guitar as well. This example, built with Tunnel 13 Redwood and old growth Cuban Mahogany, is punchy, responsive and rich.

The Redwood top responds beautifully to even the lightest pluck, and can also withstand light strumming. This body style is associated with early American folk and blues, but it is equally suited to more modern instrumental fingerstyle playing.

This guitar is in excellent condition and comes in its original Harptone hardshell case and a L.R. Baggs Pickup.
The guitar was Plex serviced in 2021 and a certificate is in the case.

I will offer a 10% discount for the first offer.

Top - Tunnel 13 Redwood
Back and Sides - Cuban Mahogany
Neck - Slotted Mahogany
Nut Width - 1.77
String Spacing at Bridge - 2.31
Fingerboard - Ebony
Frets - 18% Nickel Silver
Braces - Adirondack Spruce
Peghead Overlay - Figured Ebony
Peghead Inlay - Torch
Fingerboard Inlay - Mystic Snowflakes
Rosette - Abalone 3 Ring
Binding - Tortosie Celluloid/Herringbone
Bridge - Ebony
Nut/Saddle - Bone
Pick guard - Tortoise
Bridge Pins - Ebony
Finish - Nitrocellulose/Satin
Tuners - Waverly Nickel
Pickup - L.R. Baggs Anthem
Case - Harptone

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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  • Tunnel 13 000-12 RCM Cutway
  • Nitrocellulose / Satin
  • 2020
Made In
  • United States

Michael's Gear Garage

Rochester, NY, United States
Joined Reverb:2016

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