Luthier making custom resonator and electric guitars on the Isle of Man
Size compared with standard guitar
Travel resonator guitar made from Tasmanian Blackwood back & sides and flamed maple top. The square neck is laminated ovangkol and maple, the round neck is mahogany. The fingerboard and headstock veneer are ebony with pearl inlays.
Fitted with Schaller tuning machines and Randy Allen tailpiece.
Overall length 880mm
Depth (including coverplate) 100mm
Scale length 23 inches.
The squareneck guitar is designed to be played in regular high bass G tuning and has standard fingerboard width and string spacing.
The roundneck is designed for standard tuning or low-bass G.
This is a spider-bridge instrument and is fitted with a 9 inch Quarterman cone. The bridge insert is maple with an ebony cap for extra punch and clarity.
The price of the squareneck 12 fret Highwayman is £845.00.
Roundnecked 14 fret version £895.00.
In both cases the price includes a Ritter gig bag.
Fitted with Schatten pickup for an additional £85.00
Click the music to hear the squareneck played by Bill Dalton recorded clean
Click the music to hear the roundneck played by David Woodman
Click for a longer piece on the squareneck played and mixed by Bill Dalton