Pomeroy PA-2 (2016)
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SpecificationsTop: Engelmann spruce
Back/Sides/Neck: Figured red maple
Body Binding: Tortoise
Bridge: Adjustable compensated ebony
Neck Joint: Dovetail
Truss Rod: One-way adjustable
Peghead Veneer: Ebony
Tuners: Golden Age open-gear with ebony buttons
Scale Length: 13.75"
Finish: Satin nitro lacquer
Tailpiece: Pomeroy cast
Case: Non-original hard-shell case
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Here at the Denver Folklore Center, we love getting to sell Colorado-built instruments - but it's all the better when they're as impressive as this gorgeous 2016 Pomeroy PA-2, a rich and responsive oval-hole voiced perfectly for Americana and Celtic music. Head luthier Don Paine's interest in sourcing locally grown tonewoods means this one comes with an Engelmann spruce top harvested right here in the Centennial State, and he pairs it with some impressively figured red maple on the back and sides for a classic, punchy tone that's already won him lots of fans across the country. The PA-2's distinctive visual style errs towards vintage-inspired appointments, with aged hardware and a Gibson-esque headstock inlay that set off nicely against a minimal nitro lacquer finish. It won't be long before everyone knows about these fantastic instruments - come get this one before they become hard to find.
There's next to no playing wear at all on this two-owner instrument, and the set up is very good, with low and comfortable action throughout. We consider it to be in excellent condition. It has parted ways with its original hardshell case and now comes with a hybrid polyfoam case for a good mix between protection and portability.