Top Wood: Solid Adirondack Spruce Back and Sides Wood: Solid Sapele Width at Nut: 1-13/16" Bracing Pattern: Hand-Carved Scalloped X Scale Length: 24.9 Frets to Body: 12 Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Ebony Body Binding: Tortoise Rosette: Classic Headplate Material: Ebony Headstock Inlay / Logo: Pearl Neck Binding: None Neck Shape: Traditional Even "C" Fingerboard Side Dots: White Fingerboard Inlay: Pearl Dots Pickguard: Tortoise Shell Tuners: Open-Gear Ping V93N 3+3 Electronics: Fishman Sonitone Case: Eastman Gig Bag
One of a trio of limited edition Eastman Parlor Guitars we were able to get, the E1P is a 12-fret, all solid wood guitar with a slotted headstock, highly figured mahogany neck, tortoise binding and a solid Adirondack Spruce top. It comes equipped with a Fishman Sonitone pickup for plugging right in. All for less than $ 1000. Eastman is producing only 130 of these beauties using a Adirondack boards too small for their larger guitars. How lucky that they chose to build these comfortable, smaller-bodied guitars with this quality of wood and these features usually found in higher end instruments. Worth playing – and soon.