We are beyond pleased to offer another fabulous Circa Guitar from one of our favorites, luthier John Slobod. Built in the pre-war D-28 style, it features a master grade Adirondack spruce top and incredible master grade Brazilian rosewood back & sides, salvaged from a demolished timber bridge in Brazil estimated to be over 100 years old. According to the source of the rosewood, the bridge was built from timber harvested from the adjacent forest. The color is a deep, dark chocolate brown with fantastic quartersawn grain; a truly special set of tone wood. Other features include forward-shifted Adirondack top bracing, beautiful mahogany neck with west African hard ivory nut (1 22/32”), ebony bridge with west African hard ivory through saddle, “Chevron” style backstrip, highly flamed koa bindings, Brazilian rosewood end graft, custom wood rosette, fossilized walrus ivory pins from John Mickelson, and gold Waverly tuners. Cosmetically the guitar is in excellent condition, with very little in the way of noticeable play wear. The tone speaks for itself- powerful with a defined bottom end and nice note bloom. Check out the demo video below! Comes in an Ameritage hardshell case.