Here for sale is a lovely hand-built classical by well established American builder Paul Daniel McGill. McGill was heavily influenced by his mentors Charles Fox and Robert Ruck. For the last almost 40 years he has been building classical, steel and resonator guitars in and around Nashville Tennessee, where he has made instruments for notable performers including Chet Atkins, Earl Klugh, Peter White, Jimmy Wyble, and Muriel Anderson. This particular guitar appears to be a solid Cedar Top and and very nicely book matched solid Indian Rosewood back and sides. The tuning machines appear to be very high quality although we don't know that maker. A Rosewood bridge, headstock overlay and heel-cap and a French polish finish round out this lovely guitar. This guitar is in excellent condition. The neck is straight and the action is approximately 4mm at the 12 fret, which is at spec for classical guitars, and there is also some room to lower action at the saddle. There are very few marks or dings to speak of and no cracks whatsoever. This guitar comes with a good quality brown tweed hard shell case, and awaits its next idle hands.