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1995 Buscarino Cabaret - Nylon Crossover Crossover Guitar

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The Buscarino Cabaret design is perhaps the finest Nylon crossover we know of. It's origins are Hauser-inspired, but there's no lack of innovation here. The carved arched back design makes for a voice that excels at Jazz, Brazilian and many other crossover genres. This one is the very first of its kind ever made, sporting a carved, one piece Mahogany back and a Sitka Spruce top. The carved back makes for an extremely lightweight instrument and gives great projection to the low-mid range, and the cutaway is a welcome feature for those players who frequent the upper registers.

The Buscarino Cabaret design is perhaps the finest Nylon crossover we know of. It's origins are Hauser-inspired, but there's no lack of innovation here. The carved arched back design makes for a voice that excels ...read full description

    Woods & Trim
  • Back/Sides: Mahogany
  • Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Neck Wood: Mahogany
  • Bridge: Ebony
  • Rosette: Mosaic
  • Binding: Ebony
  • Fingerboard Bindings: Ebony
  • Headplate: Koa
  • Headstock Bindings: None
  • Headstock Inlay: Builder Logo
  • Top Trim: W/B/W Lines
  • Back Strip: None
  • Fret Markers: Side Dots Only
  • Tuner Finish: Gold Etched with Pearloid Buttons
    Measurements
  • Body Size: Medium
  • Scale: 25 3/8 in. (644.7 mm)
  • Nut Width: 2 1/125 in. (51.1 mm)
  • String Spacing: 2 1/4 in. (57.2 mm)
  • Body Length: 18 3/4 in.
  • Upper Bout: 11 in.
  • Lower Bout: 14 3/8 in.
  • Serial #: BO727495
  • Body Depth @Neck Heel: 3 3/4 in.
  • Body Depth @Tail Block: 3 3/4 in.
  • Frets to body: 14
    Extras
  • Cutaway: Venetian
  • Pickguard: None
  • Case: Hardshell Case - Hardshell
  • Pickup: Barbera Soloist
  • Condition: Very Good Small dings in top, back.
Artists who play instruments by this builder: George Benson, Russell Malone, Steve Morse, Ron Affif, Gene Bertoncini, Ken Hatfield, Corey Christiansen, Kenny Poole, Gary Larson (Far Side), Albert Lee, Mike Miller, Scott Chinnery, Robert Yelin
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1995 Buscarino Cabaret - Nylon Crossover Crossover Guitar Player Reviews

Player Reviews:

"John Buscarino is well-known as one of the most in-demand archtop builders on the planet, and his nylon crossovers are equally amazing. Their tone is open and lush, with strong, punchy low-mids thanks to the amazing one-piece carved mahogany back. Plus, it's so comfortable to play for those of us used to a narrower nut width -- it practically plays itself! The Cabaret is truly one of those guitars that's hard to put down once you've tried it. " - Paul Heumiller