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Richwood Master Series
handmade dreadnought guitar
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Richwood Master Series handmade dreadnought guitar, solid mahogany & mahogany, satin finish

- solid mahogany top
- mahogany back & sides
- rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- herringbone rosette
- satin finish

Richwood Master Series are all handmade acoustic guitars, made of premium selected tonewoods, professionally set-up before packing.

The technical and aesthetical advanced features include bone fittings, a double action trussrod, voluted headstock joint, cotton capped X-braces,
mahogany back braces, high grade Derjung machine heads, USA D'Addario EXP16 coated phosphor bronze strings and Fishman electronics.


body shape
dreadnought
bracing design
X scalloped, with mahogany back braces
scale length
650MM
body length
500MM
lower bout width
405MM
body thickness
96/120MM
top material
solid mahogany
back & side material
laminated mahogany
neck material
Indonesian mahogany
fingerboard material
Indian rosewood
fingerboard binding material
Indian rosewood
bridge material
Indian rosewood
top color
mahagony
body finishing
satin open pore
neck finish
satin
rosette
heringbone ring
top purfling
no
side binding
no
back binding
no
trussrod
active two-way
top position dots
7MM + 5MM white pearl shell
side position dots
2MM white pearl shell
frets
2.4*1.1MM 18% nickel silver
nut & saddle material
bone 43*6MM and 72*3MM
machine head
Derjung Deluxe chrome
strings
D'Addario EXP-16
bridge pins
black color, white core
pickguard
imported 114 tortoise D
strap button
chrome

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