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Alan H Chapman Quarter Moon Classical Guitar, 1999

Catalog ID: CGT-0019

Hand Crafted by Alan H Chapman in Western Massachusetts in December of 1999, this guitar features double quarter moon style sound holes, cedar top, and East Indian rosewood back and sides. This guitar was built for and was the long time performing instrument of Grammy nominated guitarist, composer, and pedagogue Apostolos Paraskevas who performed with this instrument at Carnegie Hall and on two of his albums. This guitar has a loud and rich voice with expressive trebles, balanced mids, and booming basses. While this guitar does show some wear from its world travels, this guitar has never needed any repairs and is completely crack free.

Top- Cedar

  • Back and Sides- East Indian Rosewood
  • Fingerboard- Ebony
  • Bridge- Ebony
  • Nut and Saddle- Bone
  • Sound Hole- Double Quarter Moon
  • Tuners- Gilbert
  • Tap Plate- Two-Piece Clear Plastic
  • Bracing- Lattice with V Bracing
  • Scale- 25 9/16 n (649mm)
  • Upper Bout- 11 in (279mm)
  • Waist- 9 1/4 in (235mm)
  • Lower Bout- 14 1/2 in (368mm)
  • Body Depth at Neck Heel- 3 15/16 in (100mm)
  • Body Length- 19 1/4 in (489mm)
  • Nut Width- 2 in (51mm)
  • Width at 12th Fret- 2 3/8 in (60mm)
  • String Spacing at Nut- 1 11/16 in (43mm)
  • String Spacing at Saddle- 2 1/4 in (57mm)
  • Finish- French Polish
  • Serial Number/Date- 100B, December 1999
  • Case- Non Original TKL Hard Shell Case
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