Serial Number: 2770697

Weight: 4.4lbs



  • Size: Dreadnought 
  • Top Material: Adirondack Spruce
  • Back and Sides Material: Guatemalan Rosewood (Hand Selected by Huber Breese)
  • Bracing Material: Spruce, Scalloped X, Forward Shifted (3-A DOMLE)
  • Rosette Style: Style 45 Black Maple Fiber Antique White
  • Bridge Style: Modern Belly 
  • Bridge Material: Black Ebony
  • Saddle Material: Compensated Bone
  • Bridge Pins: Liquid Metal - Gold w/ Paua
  • Binding: European Flamed Maple
  • Back Purfling: Style 45
  • Pickguard: Faux Tortoise
  • Electronics: N/A
  • Cutaway: No


  • Neck Material: Genuine Mahogany
  • Neck Profile: Modified Low Oval
  • Neck Taper: High Performance Taper
  • Neck Finish: Gloss 
  • Neck Joint: Dovetail
  • Heelcap Material: European Flamed Maple
  • Fingerboard: Black Ebony
  • Nut Width: 1 3/4"
  • Fingerboard at 12th Fret: 2 1/8"
  • String Spacing: 2 5/32"
  • Fretwire: Standard
  • Number of Frets: 20
  • Inlays: Style 45 Snowflake (Long), Select Abalone
  • Fingerboard Binding: Yes
  • Side Dots: Black
  • Headplate: Guatemalan Rosewood w/ CFM Block Golden Era Abalone


  • Tuning Machines: Grover Gold V97-18GA StaTite 18:1
  • Strings: Titanium, Medium
  • Case: Yes, 5-Ply Hardshell

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Listed9 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Huber Breese Music, Inc.

Fraser, MI, United States
Joined Reverb:2013

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