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2000 Altman A 60 PC - 00, 000 Acoustic Guitar

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Bob Altman now makes primarily Mandolins that sell for $9-10K. Guitarist Jonathan Adams of Montana Skies has made his beautiful music on an Altman guitar for years. This Black Walnut guitar has a very unique tone that players with multiple guitars will love. The bass is fast and much bigger than the body size suggests. The treble are wide open and mature with a fat sting to them. This would be a great compliment to any collection of guitar and would surely offer a special voice.

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Artists who play instruments by this builder: Mitch Simpson, Dewey Farmer (Powder Creek), John Albertson, Kim Sherman, Roland White, Clay Levitt, Bruce Walker, Jonathan Adams (Montana Skies), Norman Blake

Bob Altman now makes primarily Mandolins that sell for $9-10K. Guitarist Jonathan Adams of Montana Skies has made his beautiful music on an Altman guitar for years. This Black Walnut guitar has a very unique tone that players with multiple guitars will love. The bass is fast and much bigger than the body size suggests. The treble are wide open and mature with a fat sting to them. This would be a great compliment to any collection of guitar and would surely offer a special voice.

    Woods & Trim
  • Back/Sides: Black Walnut
  • Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood - Brazilian
  • Neck Wood: Mahogany
  • Bridge: Rosewood - Brazilian
  • Rosette: Abalone
  • Binding: Maple
  • Fingerboard Bindings: None
  • Headplate: Walnut - Black
  • Headstock Bindings: None
  • Headstock Inlay: Builder Logo
  • Top Trim: Rope Style
  • Back Strip: None
  • Fret Markers: Dots
  • Tuners: Grover
    Measurements
  • Body Size: Small
  • Scale: 24 3/5 in. (624.8 mm)
  • Nut Width: 1 3/4 in. (44.5 mm)
  • String Spacing: 2 3/16 in. (55.6 mm)
  • Body Length: 19 1/8 in.
  • Upper Bout: 10 1/2 in.
  • Lower Bout: 14 1/2 in.
  • Serial #: 1500
  • Body Depth @Neck Heel: 3 3/4 in.
  • Body Depth @Tail Block: 4 1/8 in.
  • Frets to body: 12
    Extras
  • Cutaway: Venetian
  • Pickguard: Clear
  • Case: Hardshell Case - TKL Tweed
  • Pickup: Schertler Blue Stick
  • Condition: Like New
Artists who play instruments by this builder: Mitch Simpson, Dewey Farmer (Powder Creek), John Albertson, Kim Sherman, Roland White, Clay Levitt, Bruce Walker, Jonathan Adams (Montana Skies), Norman Blake
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2000 Altman A 60 PC - 00, 000 Acoustic Guitar Player Reviews

Player Reviews:

"This one behaves like a 100 year old guitar, the top is very open and the notes jump out. The Black Walnut is not only gorgeous but it lends its fat punch to the voice. The playability is excellent as this guitar has been kept like new by it's original owner. This would be a great compliment to any arsenal." - Paul Heumiller

"The bass on this guitar is huge. It's powerful up the entire neck." - Al Petteway