2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars
2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany  ID-7236 - Artisan Guitars

2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany ID-7236

2005 Grissom Dreadnought Spruce and Mahogany

Halfway between Hamilton and Hackleburg in Marion County, Alabama, Charles Grissom custom built guitars and mandolins. Charles was a self-taught luthier through reading, observation and mis-takes. He was in the business from the mid-70s until his passing in 2011. His trademark mother-of-pearl “Grissom” is on the neck of many bluegrass instruments played today. Charles used scrapers and planes rather than sandpaper to smooth the wood. His gorgeous heirloom quality instruments are a great addition to any collection and sure to be played and enjoyed for many years to come. This 2005 Grissom Dreadnought is constructed with a Spruce Top and Mahogany back and sides. This guitar is a dream when it comes to fingerstyle playing, offering great response and a wide open feel. Flatpickers will be delighted by the power and clarity this guitar is capable of as, this Grissom Dread holds up to a surprisingly heavy attack from a flatpick, making it an incredibly versatile guitar across the spectrum. Any studio microphone will sound incredible with this guitar in front of it... Mahogany, Spruce, and Charles Grissom's masterful build style really come to life on this wonderful guitar.

This 2005 Grissom Dreadnought guitar is in excellent condition with only a few minor scratches and dents to the top, back, sides and peghead. None of these scratches are through the finish and can be seen in the pictures below. Additionally, the finish has slightly dulled over time, it has very minor fretwear and includes a TKL Hardshell Case.

Specifications:

  • Serial: 32
  • Top Wood: Spruce
  • Back Wood: Mahogany
  • Nut Width: 1 11/16"
  • Scale: 25 1/2"
  • Year: 2005
  • Inlays: MOP Dot fingerboard inlays
  • Rosette: Select Wood Rosette
  • Neck Wood: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Nut Material: Bone
  • Saddle Material: Bone
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Bridge Pins: Ivoroid with Ebony Dots
  • Tuners: Black Schaller
  • Purfling: Mahogan
  • Body Binding: Ivoroid
  • Pickguard: Tortoise Style
  • Headstock Shape: Solid
  • Headstock Overlay: Rosewood
  • Headstock Inlay: MOP Grissom Logo
  • Frets To Body: 14
  • Neck Profile: Vintage
  • Case: Hardshell TKL Case
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