Huss and Dalton 000SP with Bearclaw Italian Spruce and Indian Rosewood ID-5087
Huss and Dalton 000SP with Bearclaw Italian Spruce and Indian Rosewood
The 12 Fret Huss and Dalton 000SP is an ideal fingerstyle instrument for players who prefer a little bit more low end than most OM instruments can offer. This Huss exhibits great warmth with deep rich lows and sparkling highs and upper mids.
This particular 000-SP is constructed with a Bearclaw Italian Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides. This combination gives the guitar full, complex overtones and an extraordinary voice. It practically demands to be fingerpicked, with a highly responsive tone, even when played softly, although it sounds incredible flatpicked as well, withstanding a moderate level of pick attack.
Huss and Dalton applies the same building style to their 000 as they do their standard dreadnoughts. The top is built with a 25' radius. A positive by-product of the radiused soundboard design, besides its load bearing properties, is a boost in the mid-range without overpowering the bass and trebles. This is design function is showcased in this guitar – boasting unsurpassed tonal balance. The Italian Spruce top is braced with hand split Adirondack Red Spruce, a stiffer bracing material that makes for a more responsive and lively top.
- Top: Bearclaw Italian Spruce
- Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood
- Slotted Peghead
- Ebony Pyramid Bridge
- FB Inlays: 12 Fret Slotted Squares
- Tuners: Nickel Waverly with Ivoroid Buttons
- Pickguard: Tortoise
- Rosette: Herringbone with Rings
- Top Purfling: Maple/W/B/W/B
- Neck Binding: Indian Rosewood
- Body Binding: Indian Rosewood
- Sound Hole: 3 7/8"
- Saddle Spacing: 2 5/16"
- Scale: 24.9"
- Body Length: 20 1/4"
- Body Depth: 4 1/8"
- Body Width: 15 1/8"
- Nut Width: 1 3/4"
Top Wood: Bearclaw Italian Spruce
Back Wood: Indian Rosewood
Nut Width: 1 3/4"