Also referred to as the Parlor guitar (depending on where you are in the world), this design is among the smallest of acoustic guitar body shapes. 1936 was a great year for the Parlor design and our ‘Thirty Six’ takes inspiration from those very guitars right at the time they became a pivotal part of American Folk and Blues music.
Carefully selected Baked Sitka Spruce is used for the top. Combined with their hand-scalloped bracing, it delivers a tight, bouncy tone that’s perfect for folky fingerpicking and blues-style flatpicking alike.
|Top||Torrified Sitka Spruce|
|Back & Sides||Mahogany|
|Logo||Atkin & Banner Decal|
|Truss Rod||Two-Way (Soundhole Adjust)|
|Binding||Aged Plain Ivoroid|
|Pickguard||Hand Bevelled Tortoiseshell Celluloid|
|Lacquer Finish||Light Relic Thin Nitrocellulose|
|Nut & Saddle||Bone|
|Body Depth||4 3/8"|
|Lower Bout Width||14 3/4"|
|Scale Length||24 7/8"|
|Nut Width||1 11/16"|