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Matt & 38

Matt Henry has played every guitar I have built over the last three years, most as soon as as they were strung up in the white.  Matt’s articulate insights and constructive criticisms have been very helpful.  With each new guitar, we exchange ideas and Matt has always pushed for a better this or that.  Matt’s interest has been largely just as a player helping me as a builder, but we got to a point where he had to have one himself.   I could not be more pleased!

This one is solid black walnut back and sides, a Lutz spruce top, butter nut neck with a walnut center stripe.   Miller hardware, double action truss rod and French polish finish. It is tuned up for maximum performance, responsiveness, power and clarity.

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One Comment

  1. This guitar is good good. The tone is amazing and it’s super playable. I’ve owned a half dozen different gypsy guitars and tried out countless others at Django In June or jamming with friends. Craig’s guitars have been peerless for a while now when it comes to power and projection. They’re just some of the loudest and most present gypsy guitars you’ll ever come across. More recently I’ve been impressed by how Craig has managed to harness that power, creating guitars that are still lively and expressive without being boomy. The setup on this guitar is spot on for me. I love the feel, the sound, and the looks of CB 38 and it puts a smile on my face every time I play it.


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