RARE and EXOTIC Brazilian Rosewood on this museum-grade Mcpherson!
Where do they find this wood?
That sapwood. . .
In Spain, they call this kind of pattern "Puerta de Inglesia" (Church Door")
Which is a truly fitting description given the tone of this guitar
It sounds like a CATHEDRAL in there
It's warm and inviting, yet drenched in overtones and sustain
This isn't just a guitar, it's sonic architecture
Redwood is similar to Cedar, warm, rich, and complex. It exhibits a slightly darker tone with less pronounced bass and more headroom than Cedar.
Generally considered the best tonewood for steel stringed instruments; Brazilian Rosewood is a highly prized choice for back and sides. Endangered and becoming very rare, Brazilian Rosewood has everything other rosewoods have to offer and more. A rich powerful sound full of overtones and depth.