1971 David Russell Young Dreadnought, Indian Rosewood/Cedar
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When this 1971 David Russell Young Dreadnought first came to us, it was in need of some definite TLC. Our repair staff was more than up to the challenge! Now it’s on the other side of the operating table, and is playing great. Indian Rosewood back and sides with Cedar on top, incredibly opened up, and bears the play wear and marks of a much-loved, and much-played, dreadnought. Comes wrapped up in a Calton flight case to keep it safe these days, plus a K&K Pure Mini pickup so you can still take it out for a night on the gigging circuit.
While we’ve sold other DRY guitars around $50,000, this Dreadnought is a special case that was donated so we could restore it and do something good with it. To make that happen, we will be donating a portion of the sale to the Junior Appalachian Musicians organization to help their mission of promoting the growth of community around mountain music: https://jamkids.org/.
Other keywords: lutherie, dreadnaught, will saylor, ir/cedar, 57
|Scale Length||25.4 in|
|Nut Width||1.688 in|
|String Spacing||2.25 in|
|Woods||Cedar, Rosewood - Indian|
When this 1971 David Russell Young Dreadnought first came to us, it was in need of some definite TLC. Our repair staff was more than up to the challenge