Acoustic Hollow Body Steel string guitar
Softwood top, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, rosewood neck
Honduran mahogany fretboard
The guitar’s body is made from Brazilian rosewood and the top of softwood, giving the instrument a warm tone. At the twelfth fret, the neck was connected to the body, but the mahogany fingerboard had a total of 22 frets, giving the instrument a wide range. The slotted head resembled that of a classical guitar. The tailpiece and the movable bridge were reminiscent of a mandolin.