You will be buying a custom, one of a kind John Kinnaird guitar with Craig Lavin endangered animal inlays. John has been constructing guitars since 1976 and over the years, has learned what makes a good sounding instrument. His custom shop is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the home of some of the best pickers anywhere.
Craig's unique top construction gives a characteristic sound that is distinctive and easily identifiable, and consistent even between different styles of guitars and different woods.
This is an AMAZING instrument that words and pictures don't do justice to. It is an incredible example of Inlay art and features endangered animals on the fretboard. Animals include: Whale, Parrot, Panda, Dolphins.
TOP - Bearclaw Sitka Spruce
BACK/SIDES/BACK OF HEADSTOCK - Macassar Ebony (black and white ebony)
TRIM - Abalone
ROSETTE - Abalone and Koa
NECK - Mahogany
ALL BLACK APPOINTMENTS (bridge, binding, etc) - African Blackwood
ARM REST - Included
NUT WIDTH - 1 7/8"
WIDTH AT SADDLE - 2 1/4"
SCALE - 25 1/2"
TOTAL FRETS - 21
UPPER BOUT WIDTH - 11 1/4"
LOWER BOUT WIDTH - 15 7/8"
UPPER BOUT THICKNESS - 4 1/4"
LOWER BOUT THICKNESS - 4 5/16"
OVERALL LENGTH - 40 7/8"
OHSC - Included
Reasonable and serious offers are accepted.
The instrument is located in Northern California (Livermore) and is available for inspection with appointment. We will ship internationally. Shipping determined by buyers location.
We will accept certified cashiers check (instruments ship upon check clearing), money order (instruments ship upon check clearing), credit/debit card, wire transfer and PayPal.
Items shipped within 48 hours of payment being received and cleared..
48 hour return policy on all shipped items