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2000 Goodall Standard Mahogany/Sitka
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Specs
Status
Sold
Brand
Goodall
Product Year
2000
Model
Standard
Serial #
AMhS2069
New/Preowned
Preowned
SKU
3557
Condition
Near Mint One small nick on heel (bass side), small ding (bass-side side near heel), one pin-size nick on back (treble side, lower bout, near edge).
Body Type(s)
Medium, Grand Concert
Back & Sides
Mahogany
Top
Spruce - Sitka
Neck Wood
Mahogany
Bridge
Rosewood
Rosette
Pearl
Top Trim
Wood Lines
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Fingerboard Bindings
Ebony
Fret Markers
MOP Dots
Frets to Body
14
Headplate
Koa - Flamed
Headstock Inlay
Builder Logo
Bindings
Ebony
Tuners
Gotoh
Tuner Finish
Chrome
Cutaway
None
Pickguard
Clear
Pickup
None
Body Length
19.875 in
Upper Bout
12 in
Lower Bout
16 in
Body Depth Heel
4 in
Body Depth Tail
5 in
Scale Length
25.5 in
Scale Length (mm)
647.7 mm
Nut Width
1.75 in
Nut Width (mm)
44.5 mm
String Spacing
2.25 in
String Spacing (mm)
57.2 mm
Weight
0 lb. 0 oz.
Case
Hardshell Case - Hardshell
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Description

Here we have a well-cared for Goodall Standard in Mahogany and Sitka Spruce. Born in 2000, this great guitar is really opening up nicely. It has the powerful bass and excellent balance that Goodalls are known for, and the neck shape is very comfortable and easy to play. James has said that he feels the Standard represents the crowning achievement of his lutherie career, and we're inclined to agree.

When I think of dreadnoughts, I think of late night bluegrass jams at the feed n' seed, or Tony Rice laying it down in Manzanita, but James Goodall has taken the iconic shape and elevated it tonally to more rarified air with the Standard model. It's curves look familiar, but the voice is just as well suited to fingerstyle as flatpicking -- I love the bass response of this guitar, and the balance is superb all the way up the neck and across the strings.
 
I really liked this guitar because it felt like the possibilities were wide open as to which style of playing it would be best for. I played a fingerstyle sample, but after strumming it a bit, I think it would work well for strumming as well. The neck profile is perfect for my hand as are all the Goodall guitars.
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SCALE LENGTH 25.5 in
NUT WIDTH 1.75 in
STRING SPACING 2.25 in
WOODS SPRUCE - SITKA,
MAHOGANY

Here we have a well-cared for Goodall Standard in Mahogany and Sitka Spruce. Born in 2000, this great guitar is really opening up nicely.
 

When I think of dreadnoughts, I think of late night bluegrass jams at the feed n' seed, or Tony Rice laying it down in Manzanita, but James Goodall has taken the iconic shape and elevated it tonally to more rarified air with the Standard model. It's curves look familiar, but the voice is just as well suited to fingerstyle as flatpicking -- I love the bass response of this guitar, and the balance is superb all the way up the neck and across the strings.
 
I really liked this guitar because it felt like the possibilities were wide open as to which style of playing it would be best for. I played a fingerstyle sample, but after strumming it a bit, I think it would work well for strumming as well.
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