Grand Auditorium steel-string with massive Engelmann spruce top, with back and sides out of laminated rosewood.
Many details contribute to the substantial impression: neat paintwork, genuine wooden bindings, ebony fingerboard, accurate fret work. The fingerboard width of 45 mm at the saddle is congenial for guitarists who also like to play finger-style and appreciate somewhat more space. Alongside the reputable selection of material and the good processing, the sound of the Duke Grand Auditorium is a reason for joy. The instrument sounds in an extremely confident and mature manner, offering an astounding amount of sound culture. For amplified use, a system by Shadow has been built in, consisting of a hexaphonic piezo-pickup under the nut and the appropriate pre-amp.
Model: acoustic guitar GA-PF-cut
Scale/neck width at first fret: 650mm/45mm
Top: massive spruce
Bridge saddle: Shadow-Tusq
Mechanics: capsule, nickel-plated
Paintwork: high gloss
With Shadow Nanoflex SH4020 Ac pickup!
Video trailer taken from AKUSTIK GITARRE magazine, issue 2-2013 (sorry, only in german).