Below are the standard specifications for this particular model. Prior to 2019, Sitka Spruce was the standard top wood, but now this model comes available with a long list of custom options, including various top woods, that can be added for no additional charge. Click here to see all the options available to you, and design your own.
The PJ’s parlor-style body was the pinnacle of the art of guitar making up until the late 19th century. This was the optimal size for tonal perfection. The reason guitars got bigger was to make them louder. With amplification and modern recording techniques, we can once again embrace sound quality over sound quantity. The PJ is all about pure tonal sophistication. Every tried and true technique of lutherie is used to enable this guitar to fulfill one’s creative spirit. Genuine and elegant presence comes from each position on the fretboard, while a 24-inch scale and 12 frets to the body make the PJ effortless to play. This instrument holds songs, compositions and possibilities to last a lifetime.
|Body||Wood Type||Indian Rosewood|
|Top||Wood Type||European Spruce|
|Purfling||Single Violin Purfling|
|Headstock Inlay||SCGC Mini|
|Width at Nut||1-11/16″|
|Neck Shape||V Neck|
|Width at 14th Fret||2-3/16″|
|Back & Sides||Clear/Buffed|
Guitar specifications are subject to change; please consult SCGC or an authorized dealer prior to buying for the most current specifications.