Flawless craftsmanship was combined with the best and most beautiful materials. The result: This amazing sounding Preston Thompson dreadnought!

Preston Thompson dreadnought models are all crafted to produce the tone and volume that the dreadnought guitar was originally designed to achieve. Their mid-range response and bright trebles take flatpicking and lead playing to new levels of achievement.

This Thompson DEIA is an absolute high class instrument, and that's not only reflected in the sound. The sunburst finish Adirondack top is framed with an artful herringbone purfling and ivoroid binding, giving it a traditional and well-groomed look. The Indian rosewood back and sides look beautiful as well, so you'll already fall in love with this guitar just by looking at it!

Comes in a hardshell case with TFOA passport.

Specifications: Body Shape: Dreadnought Finish: Sunburst Dimensions: Width: 397 mm - 15.62"
Depth: 124 mm - 4.88" Back and Sides Material: Solid East Indian Rosewood Top Material: Solid Adirondack Spruce Bracing: Scalloped X-Bracing

Body Details:

Ivoroid Binding, Herringbone Purfling, 3 Ring 28 Style Rosette, Tortoise Pickguard Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Profile: V Fingerboard Material: Ebony Fingerboard Radius: 16" Neck Details: Ivoroid Binding, Slotted Diamonds & Squares Inlay, Figured Ebony Headstock Overlay Nutwidth: 43,3 mm - 1.71" Scale Length: 645 mm - 25.4" String Spacing: 56 mm - 2.2" Bridge: Ebony Tuners: Waverly Open Gear Pickup: N/A Condition: New Travels in: Hardshell Case Accessories: Booklet, TFOA Passport Photos of: Actual Instrument

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Thompson DEIA Adirondack Sunburst
Finish
  • Sunburst

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