New price! If you do a quick search for "Tom Williamson Guitars", you'll likely find him mentioned by Tommy Emmanuel in a 2005 issue of Premier Guitar Magazine and not much else. Tommy, talking about the recording of his album "Never Too Late" said "...I used my Tom Williamson OM, which is a beautiful Brazilian rosewood guitar that I’ve used on lots of recordings. Tom was a builder from Maine that I became good friends with a long time ago, but unfortunately, he passed away from cancer. My guitar was the second to last he built, and it is like the best 1930s Martin you’ve ever played." Tom was a quite talented luthier and builder that worked with Dana Bourgeois building guitars for Eric Schoenberg during his career, and eventually moved on to building his own instruments before his untimely death in 2007. This guitar is exceptional in it's projection and resonance and features a spruce top with rosewood back and sides, 15" lower bout, 1 3/4" nut width & 2 7/16" string spacing at the bridge. Check out the demo videos below!