Model: Grand Tenor
Back and Sides: New Guinea striped ebony
Top: originally sinker redwood (destroyed), now Swiss bearclaw moon spruce
Binding: Santos rosewood
Rosette: paua abalone
Neck: Honduran mahogany, slothead
Tuning machines: Waverly
Fretboard: Gabon ebony
Bridge: rosewood, bone saddle
This instrument was originally called–and built for–Kimo (Hussey), but the top was destroyed and the side cracked in a finishing accident. It became the Phoenix when we decided to have it rise again from the ashes.
Not for sale.