Christopher Dean – 2003

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Product Description

Christopher Dean was born in 1958 in Lincoln (England) and opened 1985 his first workshop in Cotswolds. His guitars are played worldwide by well-known guitarists like Eleftheria Kotzia, Tilman Hoppstock, The Eden Stell Duo, and many more.
This guitar was built in 2003 and is wearing the number 313. It has a beautifully aged and coloured spruce top, and bright Indian rosewood back and sides. It is a comfortable 64 cm scale length guitar, perfectly set up and ready to be played. It is in very good condition with only one five centimeter fully repaired crack on the top and a little ding below the bridge. Sound wise, it is a beauty. It has brilliant pearl-like trebles supported by direct and instinctive basses. A perfect second hand 64 cm scale concert instrument for a passionate player. The tuners are made by Sloane. A hard-shell case is included.

Luthier: Christopher Dean
Construction year: 2003
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Indian rosewood
Scale: 640 mm
Nut: 52 mm

Additional information

Boden & Zargen

Finish

Mensur

Deckenholz

Baujahr

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