2009 - number 392
East Indian rosewood - dark in colour, well quartered timber with elegant, twin-line purfling and rosewood bindings, All oil varnish with semi-gloss finish.
Body length:- 486 mm.
Top bout:- 282 mm wide & 98 mm deep.
Waist:- 243 mm
Bottom bout:- 371 mm wide & 102 mm deep.
Canadian cedar - of fine quality with attractive rosette, matching purfling and rosewood bridge with bone-framed tie block.
Rodgers with straight-sided, engraved brass side-plates and white mother-of-pearl buttons
65cm with 19 frets on an ebony fingerboard
52mm at the nut with 43 mm string spacing.
In excellent, clean and tidy condition with very few playing marks.
The guitar has an oil varnish with semi-gloss finish.
Here is another very fine instrument from Christopher Dean this time with cedar front. It is a very impressive and loud guitar with the power and projection that many players look for in lattice-fronted or double-top instruments - yet full of refinement, sustain and clarity. Perfectly suitable for playing baroque music as well as more recent repertoire, this is an ideal performer's instrument.
Christopher Dean - Click here to find out more about this maker
"Having known Miles for many years now I can say with some authority that dealing with him is a pleasure, due largely to my secure feeling that he, like me, has a genuine love of his subject. Over the years I have always been eager to hear feedback from both Miles, and his customers, and this has helped me greatly to bolster my own passion for the guitar and to refine my work ."
Christopher Dean | Classical Guitar Maker
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