Offered is this near mint Froggy Bottom H-14 Deluxe Rosewood built in 2013. The H14 is of course Froggy's version of the OM guitar. This Grand Concert size guitar is a comfortable step down from a dreadnought guitar, but you give up little in the way of presence. The lower bout measures 15" wide and the body length is downsized a bit as compared with it's 12-fret brethren at 19.125". This instrument has an Adirondack Spruce top and back and sides made from Indian Rosewood with Froggy's 'Deluxe' cosmetic appointments. It has 25.25" neck scale, a 1.75" bone nut, bone nut saddle, 2 3/16" string spacing, ebony fret board and bridge, multi-color abalone rosette, backstrip and inlays and nickel Waverly tuners. The neck depth at the 1st fret measures a comfortable .840".

Strum this guitar and you get a lush tone that is seemingly unique to Froggy acoustics. The playability is superb with 12th fret string heights of 6/64" at the bass side and 5/64" at the treble side. This guitar is extremely responsive to your level of play so it lets you be expressive, whether using flat pick or fingers.

This 2013 H-14 has seen little play and there are no flaws of any significance, frets included. It comes in it's original AVS/TKL case, also in superb shape, along with the original paperwork. I've purchased "new" guitars that show more wear than this instrument. A new example will run you $7.5K, but there is really no reason to pay the full amount when you can get this near new example for far less.

If I could only have one model of guitar, it would probably be an OM because of it's flexibility and if I could only have one brand of guitar, it would likely be a Froggy because of it's tone. Get yourself a guitar for a lifetime with this near mint Froggy H-14. You will be very glad you did!

Year Condition Color Case
2013 Near Mint Natural Original Hard


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