Brazilian Rosewood Classical Guitars

The J.S. Bogdanovich Brazilian rosewood classical guitar gallery is nothing short of spectacular. Brazilian rosewood is considered the finest choice for backs and sides for a classical guitar and these guitars are visual proof of the quality possible with this exotic hardwood. Quality Brazilian rosewood is getting harder and harder to come by these days but only the finest cuts available are used on these guitars. This wood has a very rich sound and a full tonal palette with either spruce or cedar soundboards. Brazilian rosewood incurs an additional cost.  

Below are photos of both  spruce and cedar top Brazilian rosewood classical guitars. Only perfectly quarter-sawn Brazilian rosewood is used for backs and sides. This helps avoid problems inherent with the lesser cuts of  Brazilian rosewood available today. Koa is the choice  for the bindings but other woods can be used if desiered. Bridges are typically Brazilian rosewood. Custom details can be requested for instance rosettes can also be made without the center wheat motif if desired.

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