Goodall 1987 Rosewood Standard #RS310 - Used  From Goodall

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Condition: Used, Good - Some finish dimpling, considerable playwear/scratching (pictured)

Used Goodall Comparison 2015 Traditional OM vs 1987 Rosewood Standard

In this video, Sound Pure acoustic guitar specialist Barrett Brooks compares two used Goodall acoustic guitars: the 1987 Rosewood Standard #RS310 and the Traditional Addy/Mahogany OM #6340.

Manufacturer's Description from Goodall

"The Standard is a guitar with a difference!"

The Standard series, with its graceful curving lines, is a larger-bodied guitar with a clarity that is uncanny! The amazingly rich, powerful bass and midrange is matched to a brilliant treble and shimmering harmonic overtones. Arguably the most balanced guitar available from Goodall Guitars, James feels that the Standard model is the crowning achievement of his luthierie career. With approximately the same proportions as the ever popular dreadnought shape, the resemblance stops with the size. More than one musician has commented that "this guitar makes others sound like they are stuffed full of cotton."

"This guitar makes others sound like they are stuffed full of cotton, you have to hear it to believe it."

Whether you are in your living room, at the recording studio, or on stage, this one excels. Truly it can be said that this is the Standard by which all other acoustic guitars are measured.

Goodall Guitars

About Manufacturer

James Goodall represents an artisan who is at the pinnacle of his profession. Superb craftsmanship, an exacting finesse for detail and wood choice, combined with robust, three dimensional sound character -- these are qualities which embody every James Goodall guitar.
Few who endeavor in musical instrument making are capable of consistently maintaining a high level of precision and excellence along with superior tonal character in every instrument. Discerning eyes and ears will find the substance of all these qualities in every James Goodall instrument.

Specifications

1987

Serial Number: CS310

Rosewood Standard Guitar

25.5" Scale

1.75" Width

Rosewood Back & Sides

Sitka Spruce Top

Abalone Rosette w/ Slotted Mother of Pearl Diamond Fretboard Inlay

Elixir Phosphor Bronze Nanoweb Light Strings

Gotoh 510 Gold Tuners w/ Ebony Buttons, 18:1 Gear Ratio

East Indian Rosewood Body, Headstock & Fretboard Bindings

Ebony: Peghead Veneer, Bridge, Fretboard, Bridge Pins & End Pin

Bone Nut & Saddle, Mahogany Satin Finish Neck, Clear Pickguard

Seymour Duncan Pickup

Hardshell case