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2002 Steve Grimes Nylon Cutaway, Brazilian Rosewood/Spruce
$8,755
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Status
In Stock
Brand
Grimes, Steve
Product Year
2002
Model
Nylon String Cutaway
Serial #
0667
New/Preowned
Preowned
SKU
TMP2457
Condition
Very clean, hardly any marks.
Body Type(s)
Medium, Concert Classical, Nylon Crossover
Back & Sides
Rosewood - Brazilian
Top
Spruce
Neck Wood
Mahogany
Neck Profile
C
Bridge
Rosewood
Rosette
Koa
Top Trim
Blue
Fingerboard
Ebony
Fingerboard Bindings
Ebony
Fret Markers
White Side Dots, Abalone Position Markers, Abalone Palm Tree
Frets to Body
12
Headplate
Rosewood
Headstock Bindings
None
Headstock Inlay
None
Instrument Finish
Gloss
Body Bindings
Koa - Flamed
Tuners
Gold
Tuner Finish
Gold with Ebony Buttons
Cutaway
Venetian
Pickguard
None
Pickup
None, we can install one, ask about options
Body Length
19.125 in
Upper Bout
11.125 in
Lower Bout
14.75 in
Body Depth Heel
3.5 in
Body Depth Tail
3.625 in
Scale Length
25.6 in
Scale Length (mm)
650 mm
Nut Width
2 in
Nut Width (mm)
51 mm
String Spacing
2.25 in
String Spacing (mm)
57.2 mm
Neck Depth First Fret
0.85 in
Neck Depth Seventh Fret
0.885 in
Weight
3 lb. 10 oz.
Case
Hardshell - Ameritage
Description

Hawaii-based luthier Steve Grimes knows how to make nylon string sing. This 2002 Cutaway model is a lovely number dressed up with Brazilian Rosewood and Spruce, Koa bindings, and a tasty Abalone palm tree inlaid at the 12th fret—plus the aforementioned cutaway for better access to those dusty top frets. Blue purflings set off the amber colors of the top and Koa bindings, and add a bright spice to the overall aesthetic. Combined with an elliptical rosette of Koa, and this Grimes Nylon String Cutaway stands apart from the crowd in all the right ways.


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Nylon string crossover guitars are a wonderful thing. For the classical player it gives you an instrument that's easier and more accessible to play, and for a steel string player it gives you the wonderful inspiration and sound of nylon strings.
 
I love the easy playing neck, the cutaway, and the lightweight build of this ’02 Nylon String Cutaway from Steve Grimes. The fretboard is unradiused in traditional Classical fashion, but Steve adds some modern creature comforts with the cutaway and position markers to keep this one playing effortlessly.
 
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SCALE LENGTH 25.6 in
NUT WIDTH 2 in
STRING SPACING 2.25 in
WOODS SPRUCE,
ROSEWOOD - BRAZILIAN

Hawaii-based luthier Steve Grimes knows how to make nylon string sing. This 2002 Cutaway model is a lovely number dressed up with Brazilian Rosewood and Spruce, Koa bindings, and a tasty Abalone palm tree inlaid at the 12th fret—plus the aforementioned cutaway for better access to those dusty top frets.
 

Nylon string crossover guitars are a wonderful thing. For the classical player it gives you an instrument that's easier and more accessible to play, and for a steel string player it gives you the wonderful inspiration and sound of nylon strings.
 
I love the easy playing neck, the cutaway, and the lightweight build of this ’02 Nylon String Cutaway from Steve Grimes. The fretboard is unradiused in traditional Classical fashion, but Steve adds some modern creature comforts with the cutaway and position markers to keep this one playing effortlessly.
 
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