Victorian

    Nineteenth Century Aesthetics. Twenty-first Century Performance.

    From the Victorian Parlor to the recording studio, performance arena, or your own pickin’ parlor.

     

    Modern guitars were not simply created out of thin air in the 1930s. They evolved from the instruments that preceded them, bearing improvements such as longer necks, solid head stocks, larger bodies, higher string tension, greater volume and superior presence. Our Victorian model is a tip of the hat to an elegant, long lost pre-pre-war aesthetic that deserved to survive into the modern era, featuring half-herringbone (also know as “rope”) purfling, Ivoroid binding and a once-common pyramid bridge. 

    *Images represent the standard wood types, appointments, and options for this model. For a complete list of available body shapes for this model, see the “Available As” section here.

     

    Available Body Shapes

Guitar Information
Wood Types
Top Wood: AT Torrefied Adirondack Spruce
Back Sides: Mahogany
Rosette: Half Herringbone
Purfling: Half Herringbone
Head Veneer: Ziricote
Fretboard: Ebony
Additional Info
Neck: Honduran Mahogany (headstock shape specific to body shape)
Tuners: Waverly Nickel with Ebony Buttons
Pins: Bone - Black Dots
Finish: Standard - High Gloss
Body Binding: Ziricote
Fretboard Inlay: Squares & Diamonds
Fretboard Binding: Black Plastic