• Here's a brand new Huss and Dalton Road Edition dreadnought, sitka spruce top and East Indian rosewood back and sides. The Road Edition was conceived several years ago during an economic downturn ... basically, how to put a fine, handmade guitar out at price that was more approachable for the working musician, and how appropriate that this one has arrived today. This guitar is every bit a Huss and Dalton, made by the same fine folks in Staunton VA, but featuring simpler appointments. We have a solid sitka top and solid East Indian rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, a rosewood fingerboard and a gloss finish on the top, matte finish on the back, sides and neck. Gotoh tuners, and a simple black TKL hardshell case. Huss dreads are cannons, and this one is no exception. A lot of guitar for the money. Condition: New; Top: Sitka spruce; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany; Nut: 1 23/32; Width: 15.5; Depth: 4 7/8; Scale: 25.4; Binding: black; Purfling: b/w/b; Rosette: b/w/b; Lefthanded guitar (of course); Retail: $3500

  • These Huss 12-fret 00s are one of my favorite Huss and Dalton guitars, with a big voice, yet very responsive to a light touch. The guitar has an Engleman spruce top, east Indian rosewood back and sides, rosewood binding with maple purfling, a herringbone rosette and back strip, satin neck finish and a slotted headstock. Such a rich tonal pallete from a small, comfortable guitar with a great short 24.9 scale. It’s impossible to put this guitar down once you pick it up. The 12-fret 00s are Huss’ biggest sellers, and it’s easy to see why. Lifetime warranty and a handsome Huss and Dalton case. Condition: New; Top: Englemann spruce; Back and sides: EI rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, ebony fingerboard; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 14 1/8; Depth: 4 1/8; Scale: 24.9; Top: Radius; Binding: Rosewood; Purfling: Maple W/B/W B/W/B; Rosette: Herringbone with rings; Lefthanded guitar (of course); Retail: $4888