Greven | J White Lady | 2010 | SN:
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This guitar was at the Singapore guitar show!
- Builder: John Greven
- Model: J
- Year: 2010
- Serial #:
- Back/Sides: highly figured Maple
- Top: Smokies Adirondack
- Neck: Flamed Maple
- Headplate: Rosewood
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Frets to body: 14
- Pickguard: Dalmantian Tortis
- Top & Back Trim: Abalone purfling
- Rosette: Abalone
- Tuners: Gotoh 510s with ebony buttons
- Body Length: 20 1/4″
- Lower Bout: 16″
- Body Depth @Tail Block: 4 7/8″
- Nut Width: 1 13/16″
- Strings Spacing: 2 1/4″
Goodacoustics have a long history of carrying John Greven guitars and they often get some really nice Grevens in stock- this J White Lady is just one of those special instruments with the Smokies Adirondack top and that lovely Maple back and sides! This is what the good folks at Goodacoustics had to say about this guitar:
“This was a long time in the planning. I managed to convince John Greven to go back in time when his White Lady and J models were most popular. Perhaps making this guitar a re-issue of sorts! I’ve played a few of John’s maple Js and they have always been very balanced with good warmth (especially for maple) and a superb recording instrument- ask John Denver or Mary Chapin Carpenter!
John paired a Smokies Adirondack top from my stash with a great set of flamed maple from his. Throw in the White Lady level of trim: Abalone top and back purfling, carved heel, birds inlay and it one tasty guitar.”
John Greven had this to say: “The guitar has a big, warm voice with just a touch of edge at the top. ounds to me like a really good old J-200. A really good one…”
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