|Top||Torrefied sitca spruce.|
|Back and sides||Pau Ferro with maple center|
|Scale||Strings 1-7: 570 mm|
|Nut||Strings 1-11: 95 mm|
|Tuners||Schaller Gran Tune with ball bearings. Buttons of snakewood|
|Comments||Incredible strong bases that goes one tone down below a cello. About torrefied wood|
It takes years for a new guitar to break in, to develop its tone and realize its full potential. As tonewood ages, its cell structure goes through changes, becoming much more resonant and responsive. After a few years, you get the payoff: you begin to hear the sound of a vintage guitar. With the introduction of torrefied woods, professional builders are giving their guitars a head start on tone. The wood is heat-treated in an oxygen-free kiln, making it highly resonant and extremely stable. It’s as if the wood is pre-aged. It looks and sounds like wood that’s been broken in for many years. There is no better instrument to play Bach. Click the tap above to watch the video where I play a similar guitar built by Bolin.