Huss & Dalton T-0014 (#4734)

Huss and Dalton

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Huss & Daltons are top-quality instruments made only from the finest all-solid tone woods and Red Spruce bracing.  The T-OO14 is aguilar for those who want a full sound from a smaller guitar.  The T-OO14, a short-scale flat top with the same big voice as their standard 00 models. The time of the small-bodied guitar has returned, and this lovely guitar has the comfort and warmth that will make it your friend for life. The T-0014 is part of Huss & Dalton's "Traditional" Series line which are the culmination of their deep respect and appreciation of the pre-war flat tops that are among the most revered instruments in existence. They combine the age-old techniques of construction with their own take on the classic design to produce an instrument of unparralled power and exquisite tone and playability. These instruments feature 25’ radius bracing mated with a traditionally flat top. Comes with Huss & Dalton brand tweed hard case.

T-OO14 MODEL DETAILS & SPECIFICATIONS

BUILD STYLE:
Flat Top
BODY BINDING:
Tortoise
NECK BINDING:
Ebony
TOP PURFLING:
W/B/W/B
ROSETTE:
TM Style
BRIDGE STYLE:
Belly
PICKGUARD:
Tortoise
TUNERS/BUTTONS:
Nickel Waverly/Nickel
FRETBOARD INLAYS:
Long Pattern Dots

T-OO14 MODEL MEASUREMENTS

NUT WIDTH:
1 3/4 inches
BODY WIDTH:
14 1/4 inches
BODY DEPTH:
4 1/8 inches
BODY LENGTH:
18 7/8 inches
SCALE:
24.9 inches
SADDLE SPACING:
2 7/32 inches
SOUNDHOLE:
3 3/4 inches

"Huss and Dalton Guitar Company, Inc. took root in the fertile soil of the Shenandoah Valley, late in the summer of 1995, when Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton’s friendship and mutual interests inspired them to envision eminently playable, resonant, and attractive guitars that were true to their sense of aesthetics and tone. While the luthiers appreciated traditional design, they imagined a guitar that paid homage to tradition and also incorporated improvements to the structure and cosmetics of the distinctly American steel string guitar.

Jeff Huss left North Dakota for Virginia, in 1984, to pursue his interest in bluegrass and traditional music. It was this interest and a Staunton law firm’s decision to purchase a computer that led him to Stelling Banjo Works where, for nine years, he honed his skills as an instrument maker. While Huss was still working for Stelling, he began building guitars in his home shop."


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