Maingard Guitar: Earl Klugh Nylon String

Maingard Earl Klugh Nylon String Guitar

Fancy Brazilian Rosewood back & sides.

European Spruce top.

Cedar neck.

Macassar Ebony top and back BEVELS.

Tribal Ndebele triangle pattern rosette in shades of brown.

The soundhole is bound in Macassar Ebony.

This guitar has an ultra fine Red purfling line "all-around", as Marc says.

Slotted headstock with Sloan Classical tuning machines with stippled bronze baseplates and Ebony knobs.

 Ebony fretboard with side dot position markers.

Intricately adorned, 35 year old Brazilian Rosewood bridge.

660mm scale length.

The tone is so pure.  SOLID, ringing trebles.

Engulfing bass.  Unbelievable in every way.

Hiscox lite flight case included.

We recently asked Marc how he creates a phenomenal guitar every time. He responded that he tunes the top & back after the body is assembled, which is very tricky and time-consuming work.

Be Sure to check out the 2nd video below, of EARL KLUGH playing his Maingard nylon string - VERY Similar to this guitar!

He also uses incredible woods, and relayed that the set of Brazilian Rosewood on this guitar is over 80 years old.

Just sayin'  !

Details
Make: 
Maingard
Model: 
Sold Earl Klugh Crossover Nylon
Condition: 
SOLD
Price: 
SOLD
Stock: 
SOLD
Options
Nut Width: 
1 7/8"
Saddle Spacing: 
2 1/4"
Scale Length: 
Other (see description)
Frets to Body: 
12
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