Thanks for the info, Chris.Chris Sobel wrote:Sen,
The Elliott bracing that most are familiar with was designed and implemented in 1990, so this bracing is an earlier version of the 1943 Hauser that he measured. I believe he had already started implementing some changes at the time of this guitars construction, but it's essentially a classic Hauser bracing pattern.
It's pretty much Elliott's signature on African blackwood guitar. Here's another example:Brian McCombs wrote:I LOVE that endgraft. Sap-wood on the endgraft - very cool I'm trying to remember if I've ever seen one accomplished that way. NICE
I would have to ask--I assumed it was normal, at least it felt that way.khayes wrote:Beautiful. Is the string spacing a bit closer than we usually see?
Not a big deal - it just looked that way in one of the photos.Chris Sobel wrote:I would have to ask--I assumed it was normal, at least it felt that way.khayes wrote:Beautiful. Is the string spacing a bit closer than we usually see?
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