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If only we had more builders with a graceful aesthetic like Kent Everett! From the Abalone flowers floating across the fretboard, to the Koa bindings, dark Sitka Spruce top (from the 1960s) and Indian Rosewood back, and relief-carved heelcap, this 2000 Milano sings a swansong of harmonious lines and sumptuous curves. Tonally, this guitar is equal parts melodious and raucous, perfect for everything from gentle fingerstyle arrangments to bright, percussive accompaniment with a pick--in fact, this guitar sounds incredibly loud and articulate with a flatpick and a more aggressive attack.
The bass has a powerful snap and well-defined edge, so if the blues take you, this Everett Milano is ready to roll. The Sitka Spruce top has fully opened up in the past 15 or so years of life, and lends this instrument a fierce projection with even a light touch. Lastly, decked out with an L.R. Baggs iBeam pickup you can bring this powerhouse to your gig with the confidence that you're going to sound as lush and dynamic acoustically as amplified.
If only we had more builders with a graceful aesthetic like Kent Everett! From the Abalone flowers floating across the fretboard, to the Koa bindings, dark Sitka Spruce top (from ...read full descriptionArtists who play instruments by this builder: Brad Paisley, Shawn Mullins, Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), Don Conoscenti, Tim Wampler
"I remember when we first sold this guitar back in 2008, the flower inlay was so gorgeous. Now that it's back, I can tell it sounds even better after opening up a few more years. " - Paul Heumiller
"Nice, evenly balanced tone with the right amount of midrange to work well as a fingerstyle guitar. The bass is controlled and punchy and the trebles are sweet and clear." - Al Petteway