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Among the many reasons why we love having Huss & Dalton guitars in the shop, the fact that they have great taste in powerful tonewoods and consistently voice their tops for maximum projection rank at the top of the list--both things that this TOM-R has in spades. The Brazilian Rosewood that make up the back and sides are the color of chocolate mousse (and twice as rich), and the Adirondack Spruce top has a sweet, warm color to match its balanced and dynamic voice.
An excellent guitar for virtually all applications, this TOM-R also comes with an L.R. Baggs Anthem undersaddle microphone system--so it sounds superb both acoustically and amplified, letting that crisp, bright voice ring out. The neck profile is smooth and low, which when coupled with the slinky setup of the Ebony fretboard makes this instrument effortless to fret and great for players who play nimbly across the frets. The trebles are sweet, with delicate lilting overtones, and they really sing when the TOM-R is played with flatpicks: fiddle tunes sound full and complex, and give the instrument they were written for a run for its money. As if all this weren't enough to make this the guitar of your dreams, it also comes in a snazzy TKL tweed hardshell case, so it looks fine both in the case and out!
Among the many reasons why we love having Huss & Dalton guitars in the shop, the fact that they have great taste in powerful tonewoods and consistently voice their tops for maximum projection rank at the top of the list--both ...read full descriptionArtists who play instruments by this builder: Shane Adkins, George Shuffler, James Alan Shelton
"They really nailed the OM shape here, and the classic Brazilian-Adirondack combo fits right in. Great for just about any genre, this is the kind of guitar which will serve faithfully for years and years." - Paul Heumiller
"If you didn't know better, you would think this was a vintage Martin OM. It's got amazing wood on it, and it sounds like it's really been played in although it looks brand new. A great guitar.
" - Al Petteway