US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

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US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Jason Wolverton » Wed Jan 25, 2017 6:14 pm

- Type / luthier: Jason Wolverton Classical Guitar
- Year of construction: 2017
- Scale length (mm): Your choice
- Top: Master grade haselfichte European Spruce
- Back / Sides: Beautiful Curly Birdseye Maple (Eastern US)
- Fingerboard / (bridge): Ebony/Indian
- Sound: Traditional
- Condition: New
- Price: $4,500 (Romanillos plantilla)
- Viewing / trial possible: Commissioned
- Location (nearest city): Laguna Beach, CA

Winter Promotional Special. Looking for something a little different than your average rosewood? Once you come over to the maple camp, it's very hard to go back to brown town! If you crave treble notes that have the best possible combination of richness, depth, and clarity, then I urge you to give spruce and maple a try. Used with traditional Spanish style guitar construction (Romanillos plantilla/7 fan braced), the combination is magic.

The promo special-
Give spruce and maple a try, and at no extra cost I'll include a master grade European spruce top (normally $100 extra) and this set of excellent curly birdseye maple (normally $150 extra).

Time for delivery is approx. 4-6 months. A first payment of $1,000 secures your order. This price is for a guitar with standard appointments. Prices for additional options/marquetry can be viewed on my website. See this same page for purchase policy.

http://jasonwolverton.com/index.php?/on ... sordering/
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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby HomerB » Wed Jan 25, 2017 7:22 pm

Jason made me a guitar (out of African Blackwood, not maple) and I can attest -- it looks amazing and sounds amazinger. Jason sweats the big stuff and small stuff alike, and the combination results in a truly great and unique guitar. You will not be disappointed.
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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Emil Krasich » Wed Jan 25, 2017 7:59 pm

I'd be tempted if I didn't just get 2 new wonderful guitars this last year... Should be a stunning guitar!

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby bacsidoan » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:01 am

Jump in on this if you can. Read my experience with the most recent creation of this maker:
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=110038

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Brusko » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:44 am

Wolverton guitar owners are the big winners for having acquired world class instruments at way lower costs than those coming from big-name luthiers.
The fact that Mr. Wolverton himself is still not that big of a name puzzles me.

Great instruments, cool guy = win/win.

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby tkoehler1 » Sun Feb 05, 2017 7:31 pm

Checked out your website your guitars look great. I especially like the guitar you had - La Paloma.

Can you make a classical guitar with a truss rod? I don't see that as an option.

Thanks,

TK

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby memphis » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:59 pm

His guitars are amazing! I just picked up a used one a few weeks ago.

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Jason Wolverton » Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:38 am

Thanks again, all. It's nice to see some people that have my guitars speaking well of them!
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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Jason Wolverton » Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:41 am

tkoehler1 wrote:Checked out your website your guitars look great. I especially like the guitar you had - La Paloma.

Can you make a classical guitar with a truss rod? I don't see that as an option.

Thanks,

TK


I can do a guitar with an adjustable truss rod (although I'm not sure if that's necessary on a classical).
I frequently do carbon fiber neck reinforcements too.
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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Nova3385 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:43 pm

Jason, do you do cutaways?

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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby Jason Wolverton » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:51 pm

Yes, I can do a cutaway. It's $450 extra.
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Re: US $.4500 Wolverton European Spruce/Birdseye Maple 2017, Laguna, CA

Postby rbdundas » Tue Mar 28, 2017 7:04 pm

I just checked out your website. I love your attention to detail and your rosettes are nothing short of stunning. I am from San Juan Capistrano, but now live in Fresno. The next time I visit my mom in SJC (this summer), I would love to stop by your shop.


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