Instrument Details

2001 nashville Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Indian/Adirondack (Red)

Regular Price: $4,995

Special Price $3,909 $3,795

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Specs
Status
In Stock
Brand
Nashville Guitar Company
Product Year
2001
Model
Slope Shoulder Dreadnought
Serial #
20082
New/Preowned
Preowned
SKU
5216
Condition
Near Mint
Body Type(s)
Large, Slope Dreadnought
Back & Sides
Rosewood - Indian
Top
Spruce - Adirondack (Red)
Neck Wood
Mahogany
Bridge
Ebony
Rosette
Ivoroid
Top Trim
Herringbone
Fingerboard
Ebony
Fret Markers
Abalone Snowflakes and Diamonds
Frets to Body
12
Headplate
Rosewood
Headstock Inlay
Builder Logo
Bindings
Grained Ivoroid
Tuners
Waverly
Cutaway
None
Pickguard
Tortoise Style
Pickup
None, we can install one
Body Length
21 in
Upper Bout
11.75 in
Lower Bout
15.9375 in
Body Depth Heel
4.0625 in
Body Depth Tail
5 in
Scale Length
25.38 in
Scale Length (mm)
644.7 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.
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Description

Here, Marty Lanham's done a wonderful job of blending the warm presense of a 12-fret neck with a Slope Shoulder Dreadnought body for added depth and sustain. This 2001 Dreadnought has a rich, colorful bass that rolls out of the guitar like the rumble of an old Chevy, so if you're ready to let the top down, this guitar is ready to hit the road for the nearest Bluegrass or Old Time jam. Flatpickers will love the sheer hugeness of the voice, and all you fingerpicking songwriters can rely on the sweet warmth of the 12-fret design to lend extra color to your songs with the Adirondack Spruce top. Looking for a smooth-playing Indian Rosewood Dreadnought with the articulation and playability of a much smaller guitar? Look no further; your ride has arrived.

I love 12-fret Dreads; they feel much more intimate, and have a more balanced voice, than their 14-fret brothers. This one's got some impressive depths to the low-end, even for a Dreadnought.
 
This has that massive bass response which you'd expect from a body of this size with a 12-fret neck. It's a very good copy of the Martin that it's patterned after, and the workmanship is very high.
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SCALE LENGTH 25.38 in
NUT WIDTH 1.75 in
STRING SPACING 2.25 in
WOODS SPRUCE - ADIRONDACK (RED),
ROSEWOOD - INDIAN

Here, Marty Lanham's done a wonderful job of blending the warm presense of a 12-fret neck with a Slope Shoulder Dreadnought body for added depth and sustain. This 2001 Dreadnought has a rich, colorful bass that rolls out of the guitar like the rumble of an old Chevy, so if you're ready to let the top down, this guitar is ready to hit the road for the nearest Bluegrass or Old Time jam.
 

I love 12-fret Dreads; they feel much more intimate, and have a more balanced voice, than their 14-fret brothers. This one's got some impressive depths to the low-end, even for a Dreadnought.
 
This has that massive bass response which you'd expect from a body of this size with a 12-fret neck. It's a very good copy of the Martin that it's patterned after, and the workmanship is very high.
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