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The Forshage Grande

Everyone loves that famous double cutaway set neck semi-hollowbody guitar from Kalamazoo, Michigan.  The Grande is my version, but with solid woods, they’re just so much more resonant.Lightweight, resonant, responsive. From Jazz to Blues to Rock, there’s not a lot this guitar can’t do. As usual there is infinite room for customization so don't be afraid to ask.  The following specs are just default settings.

Carved solid spruce or flame maple top

Carved solid Mahogany back
Spanish cedar block and sides
Mahogany set neck with rosewood board, Brazilian+$100
24.9” scale
22 fret, stainless 6105
Compound 10”-14” radius

Lollar “High Wind” Imperial pickups
Tunematic bridge with stop tailpiece, or trapeze
There are trem options, please inquire

Nitrocellulose laquer on the body, hand rubbed Tru-oil finish on the neck