The Clarence White D-18 was loosely based on his 1952 D-18, with some upgraded wood choices and pre-war specs. Limited to a run of 290 guitars, it features a select Adirondack top with forward-shifted scalloped bracing, beautifully quilted mahogany back & sides, mahogany neck with modified V neck profile, African ebony fingerboard with Clarence’s signature between frets 19 & 20, African ebony bridge with “through” type bone saddle, bone nut with 1 3/4” width, and vintage nickel Waverly tuners. Cosmetically the guitar in in nice shape but shows some sights of play wear, most notably some surface-level "button wear" on the back. Frets show some wear but still play well as currently set up (check out the demo video below!). Comes in the original hardshell case.