Tiger, indeed. This guitar is forward and quick. It’s definitely got teeth, but it won’t pierce your skin or ear. It’s actually very tender and sweet.
The Adirondack top is magnificent. It’s grain is extremely tight and even with a soft golden color that grows lighter near the center. It’s very responsive and clear. Ready to roar when you are.
The Tiger Myrtle back is a masterpiece of nature and craftsmanship. It’s simply hypnotic. The dark stripes really do conjure the coat of a tiger, an impression that's further enhanced by the quilting beneath, which seems to ripple like muscle in the shifting light.
The shallower depth and bright, clear tonewoods make this an extremely precise and articulate instrument. It’s perfect for difficult phrases across all six strings in addition to rhythm parts that shine and glisten in a mix. The feel is very steady, yet responsive. It handles like a fine-tuned classic car, but with an aesthetic that’s decidedly in the 21st century.
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