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East Indian Rosewood
w/ Adirondack Spruce Top

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The Traditional OOO, 'A versatile 12 fret guitar with rich, full bass'!

The OOO is the newest guitar in the Traditional series of instruments. It features a neck joining the body at the twelfth fret. The OOO Goodall is in between the OM and Dreadnought in size. It's tone is very full and round in the bass and midrange with an emphasis on a broad warmth without lacking treble.

"Warm and rich with easy response describes the Traditional 000"

It is especially built for the fingerstyle player, but many folks like it for flat picking as well. The 000 can be ordered with either a solid or a slotted peghead.

The Traditional models all feature a custom, partially scalloped bracing pattern which produces a bit more 'boominess' in the bass and midrange. The peghead and bridge are designed for a more conservative look and Waverly tuning machines are a standard feature. It is nicely trimmed with a herringbone rosette and herringbone top purfling with a chevron marquetry back strip.

 

Goodall OOO model guitars are produced in two styles:

  • AAA Mahogany or AAA E.I. Rosewood back and sides. "Bear Claw" Sitka Spruce top. Maple binding.

    AAA Mahogany or AAA E.I. Rosewood back and sides. Adirondack Spruce top. Maple binding.

    Dimensions
    Wide bout: 15-3/16 inches ~ Upper bout: 11-3/16 inches ~ Waist: 9-7/16 inches ~ Depth: 4-1/4 inches
    Length of box: 20-3/8 inches ~ Overall guitar length: 39-3/4 inches ~ Scale length: 25 inches

 

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