Available Instruments 2013 McALISTER 00-28. BARELY USED. From master luthier Roy McAlister, a Vintage Series 00-28. Built to resemble the classic Martin “Grand Concert” model of the late 20's/early 30's, it features old-growth Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with an incredible Adirondack spruce top, herringbone trim, and Waverly tuners. This guitar is spectacular in looks, playability and sound – everything you’d expect from a McAlister. Hard-shell case included. $9,850.00 Specifications: Body Size 00 (Grand Concert) Back/Sides Old Growth Brazilian Rosewood Top Adirondack Spruce Neck Mahogany Fingerboard Ebony Trim C.F. Martin Style 28 (circa 1929) with Herringbone & Ivoroid Scale Length 25.4 inches (Long scale) Nut Width 1&13/16 inches String Spacing 2 &5/16 inches New Yamamoto Talus 14-Fret Acoustic Guitar - $4600.00 + shipping/insurance A beautiful instrument fresh from master builder Tony Yamamoto's Dublin, CA shop. This guitar is a wonderful blend of tradition and modern. The only things better than the way it looks are the way it sounds and plays. At $4600.00, it is a bargain considering what other boutique builders are charging for similar work. Comes with warranty and hard shell case. (WA state residents add 9.5% sales tax.) SPECIFICATIONS: Top: AAAA grade solid engelmann spruce Back & Sides: AAAA grade Indian rosewood Neck: One-piece South American mahogany Fingerboard & Bridge: Ebony Nut & Saddle Bone Headstock overlay: Macasser ebony (Front) Walnut (Back) Rosette: Koa, Paua abalone Tuners: Gotoh 510 Minis Lower bout: 15& 1/8" Depth: 4-1/4" (End Block) 3 & ½" (Neck Block) Frets to the body 14 Cutaway type Florentine Nut width: 1 & 3/4" String spacing at bridge: 2 & 5/16" Scale: 25.5" Manzer wedge: 4 & 1/2" (Bass) 3 & 5/8" (Treble) Bevel placements Arm, knee, & rib positions Truss Rod: 2-way Graphite reinforced Finish: Nitrocellulose gloss lacquer Neck joint: Mortise & Tenon Bolt-on (Cumpiano's hardware-based/ Talus angled) Hard case: Hiscox Pro-II --OOO/OM Warranty: Limited lifetime to original owner Click the images for larger photos.