Preston Thompson D-EIA – East Indian Rosewood Dreadnought

$6,200.00

Preston Thompson Dreadnought models are all crafted to produce the tone and volume that the dreadnought guitar was originally designed to achieve. These are powerful instruments that, when needed, stand up to the volume of a mandolin, fiddle and banjo. They have the bass response that provides an almost full orchestral backing to vocals. Their mid-range response and bright trebles take flatpicking and lead playing to new levels of achievement.

These are traditional instruments and all models are based on the famous 1937 Herringbone Dreadnought, owned by the late, great Charles Sawtelle of the award winning bluegrass band, Hot Rize. All feature Red spruce (Adirondack) tops chosen for tap tone and stiffness, advanced X brace placement, hand graduated top thickness, pre-war hand carved scalloped braces, nitro-cellulose lacquer finishes and time tested design features such as dovetail neck joints.

It’s all about sound, and that is what the Thompson Dreadnought specializes in. Regardless of the model – mahogany, East Indian rosewood, Honduran rosewood or Brazilian rosewood, Thompson Dreadnoughts are built with the finest woods, materials and craftsmanship to deliver that sought after pre-war sound and playing feel.

Serial # 1679

Top – Adirondack Spruce

Back & Sides – East Indian rosewood

Rosette – 3 Ring 28 Style

Braces – Adirondack Spruce – Kerfing/Spanish Cedar

Neck – Mahogany – Solid

Binding / Trim – Grained Ivoroid/Herringbone

Peghead Overlay – Figured Ebony

Peghead Inlay – Logo

Peghead Binding – None

Fingerboard – Ebony

Fingerboard Binding – None

Fingerboard Inlay – Slotted Diamonds and Squares

Frets – 18% Nickel Silver

Scale Length – 25.4

Truss Rod – Adjustable – Single Action

Bridge – Ebony

Nut / Saddle – Bone

Pickguard – Tortoise Style

Bridge Pins – Ivoroid

Finish – Nitrocellulose Gloss

Tuners – Waverly Nickel Tuners

Strings – Elixir Phosphor Bronze Medium

Pickup – None

Case – TKL

Preston Thompson Dreadnought models are all crafted to produce the tone and volume that the dreadnought guitar was originally designed to achieve. These are powerful instruments that, when needed, stand up to the volume of a mandolin, fiddle and banjo. They have the bass response that provides an almost full orchestral backing to vocals. Their mid-range response and bright trebles take flatpicking and lead playing to new levels of achievement.

These are traditional instruments and all models are based on the famous 1937 Herringbone Dreadnought, owned by the late, great Charles Sawtelle of the award winning bluegrass band, Hot Rize. All feature Red spruce (Adirondack) tops chosen for tap tone and stiffness, advanced X brace placement, hand graduated top thickness, pre-war hand carved scalloped braces, nitro-cellulose lacquer finishes and time tested design features such as dovetail neck joints.

It’s all about sound, and that is what the Thompson Dreadnought specializes in. Regardless of the model – mahogany, East Indian rosewood, Honduran rosewood or Brazilian rosewood, Thompson Dreadnoughts are built with the finest woods, materials and craftsmanship to deliver that sought after pre-war sound and playing feel.

Serial # 1679

Top – Adirondack Spruce

Back & Sides – East Indian rosewood

Rosette – 3 Ring 28 Style

Braces – Adirondack Spruce – Kerfing/Spanish Cedar

Neck – Mahogany – Solid

Binding / Trim – Grained Ivoroid/Herringbone

Peghead Overlay – Figured Ebony

Peghead Inlay – Logo

Peghead Binding – None

Fingerboard – Ebony

Fingerboard Binding – None

Fingerboard Inlay – Slotted Diamonds and Squares

Frets – 18% Nickel Silver

Scale Length – 25.4

Truss Rod – Adjustable – Single Action

Bridge – Ebony

Nut / Saddle – Bone

Pickguard – Tortoise Style

Bridge Pins – Ivoroid

Finish – Nitrocellulose Gloss

Tuners – Waverly Nickel Tuners

Strings – Elixir Phosphor Bronze Medium

Pickup – None

Case – TKL

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