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Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-M OM Hybrid Bubinga Master Grade

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Our Price: $4,207.00

Product Description

This one is extremely loud, focused and lush. It’s a cannon full of flowers. The Adirondack is pale and powerful and the Bubinga back and sides sprout overtones in the upper register that will make you think someone’s singing harmony. The bass is big and wide, too, providing a nice, cozy scoop. The feel is smooth, secure, and responsive. The neck rests comfortably in your palm and the fretboard feels steady on your fingertips (a slightly flatter radius). It likes flat-picks and fingers equally, but you have to dig in to get the most out of the Adirondack. That’s part of the fun.

It’s a clear, clean, surprising sound like sunlight pouring through stained glass. Bubinga is as fun to play as it is to say. It’s quite easy on the eyes, too, sporting a grain structure that gives “true rosewoods” a run for their money.



Top: Master Grade Adirondack Spruce

Back/Sides: Bubinga

Body Style: Orchestra Model   

Neck: South American Mahogany

Bracing Pattern & Type: Hand-Scalloped Forward Shifted X-Brace

Backstrip: Maple 

Purfling: Herringbone 

Rosette: Abalone

Body Binding: Koa  

Fingerboard & Bridge: Solid Ebony 

Truss Rod: Two-Way 

Nut: Bone

Saddle: Bone

Logo & Fingerboard Markers : Mother of Peral (White) 

Headplate: Solid Ebony

Tuners: Nickel Gotohs

Pickguard: Synthetic Tortoise

Neck Finish: Satin

Body & Soundboard Finish: High Gloss

Scale Length: 25.5

Nut Width: 1 3/4

Frets to the Body: 14 

Case: TKL Tweed Deluxe Hardshell


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