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First of all, it is Loud. We had to capitalize the "L" for emphasis, folks. Practically limitless projection, excellent clarity all over the neck and a dynamic range as wide as the Amazon. If we were running a contest for most sustain in an acoustic box, this specific Froggy would be one of the top contestants.
It's exceptionally full with a delightful growl in the low end when pushed hard. It's one of those guitars that handles transitions from light to heavy-handed attacks with ease. In bluegrass circles, this would be called a banjo killer. Here in the Wildwood shop, we prefer to call it a once in a lifetime guitar.
|Model:||D Deluxe Mahogany|
|Top Wood:||Adirondack Red Spruce|
|Back & Sides Wood:||Mahogany|
|Neck Dimensions:||.820 1st - .900 9th|
|Inlays:||Diamonds in Green Abalone|
|Width at Nut:||1 3/4"|
|Nut Material:||Water Buffalo Bone|
|Case:||Black American Vintage TKL|
An instrument from Wildwood isn't just an ordinary guitar. It's your guitar. Each and every instrument we sell includes a full, point by point setup, an exhaustive evaluation, and expert shipping procedures, with first class, industry leading standards from start to finish. Why? Because you deserve it.
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