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One of a trio of mint guitars from Trevor Kronbauer's shop, this 2008 SWR might be the sweetest sounding and easiest to play of the three. Built with fingerpicking in mind, this Parlor guitar has exhibits a bright, punchy tone from the Mahogany body and the 13-fret neck. When you play this SWR, the guitar projects smoothly out and up, right into the player's ear, and with dry articulation at the forefront, you can always hear exactly what notes you're playing. The previous owner was an expert at preserving his guitars--we dare you to find a scratch on this seven-year-old Parlor! Despite the fact that it looks to have hardly been played, the SWR has definitely seen some good times at the hand of an avid musician: the back and sides have opened up nicely, and the setup feels silky smooth. There's nothing but smooth sailing with this vessel, regardless of tuning (although we found DADF#AD and Open G to have the sweetest character), and comes with the original hardshell TKL case.
One of a trio of mint guitars from Trevor Kronbauer's shop, this 2008 SWR might be the sweetest sounding and easiest to play of the three. Built with fingerpicking in mind, this Parlor guitar ...read full descriptionArtists who play instruments by this builder: Larry Jacobson, Sundad
"The trebles have a dry richness to them, which I know sounds contradictory, but that's the best way I can describe them. Add to that the controlled middle register, and the miles of sustain that this little guitar can churn out, and you've got a dynamic Parlor guitar itching to be played." - Paul Heumiller
"Nice little travel guitar or maybe a good one for a child. It's beautiful." - Al Petteway