EDIT: This beauty has been sold to Clay Bixel, a Colorado singer song writer. He is finishing up a new cd at the Sonic Edge Studio in Denver that features this guitar and the NoName maple jumbo. Clay’s cd will be out this spring, and I will post its release here. Can’t wait.
Originally posted 6/13/2012
I have not built a Rosewood Dreadnaught since my first guitar in 1999 and it was hugely trans-formative and magical. This new guitar is too.
I’ve completed the newest 2013 NoName model, and I’m calling it the NoName Hitch Hiker. It is patterned after a 1915 Washburn parlor guitar given to me a few years ago by a good friend. The Hitch Hicker has a 21 3/4″ scale and an overall length of 33″. The acoustic qualities of this guitar include typical NoName projection and evenness. It has such a complete sound and dynamic range for such a small body, lending itself to be a perfect travel guitar. The mold for the Hitch Hiker is number twelve for NoName Guitars. I’ve built a total of fourteen distinct models now, and I can custom-build any guitar to meet your needs and spark your inspiration. Check out the pictures!
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