Euphonon Dreadnought Jumbo guitar – U.S.A. – 1940

Euphonon Dreadnought guitar 1940 - The Guitar Database

TYPE

Acoustic Hollow Body Dreadnought Jumbo guitar

FEATURES

Transparent and decorated pickguard

Spruce top, Brazilian rosewood back and sides

Ebony fretboard

INFORMATION

The Larson brothers from Maurer & Co. from Chicago manufactured this dreadnought guitar in 1940 as part of their Euphonon and Prairie State brands, which were used for larger instruments with body dimensions ranging in width from 38cm / 15 inch to 68.5cm / 27 inch. They often had necks and bracings that consisted of several layers of wood and were beautifully decorated. Collectors agree that these instruments are at the same height as the best Martin and Gibson instruments thanks to their unique sound.

Last updated on 27 April 2020
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