We list this classical guitar to give credit to a wonderful but unfortunately under recognized talent.
Cyndy Burton is perhaps most widely known today for her remarkable French polish of shellac finishes. However, this unique concert guitar from 1986 with its quilted mahogany sides and back, delicately carved rosette, asymmetric head stock crest, large and elegant sound, unusually broad palette of color and attack, quick response, and featherlight action more than testifies to her consummate guitar-making talent.
We call this little guitar our giant killer since few of the so called machismo guitars can out project it. It is one of the most refined, complex sounding Hauser I influenced instruments we've played.
Materials: High figure quilted mahogany sides and back, Engelman spr. soundboard, French polish of shellac finish aged to an amber glow, nickel silver Rodgers precision tuners (the finest in the world) with mop oval buttons, carved rosette, 640mm string length, hardshell case.