2006 Brian Dunn Concert Classical Guitar


Make: Brian Dunn
Model: Bouchet Concert Classical
Model Year: 2006
Number: 30
Top: Canadian Cedar
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 53mm
Finish: Lacquer
Tuners: Sloane
Country: USA
Condition: Used - Excellent
Location: USA
Note: NOTES: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia), and cannot be exported without a CITES permit.

2006 Brian Dunn Concert Classical Guitar

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2006 Brian Dunn Concert Classical Guitar

6,000.00

Make: Brian Dunn
Model: Bouchet Concert Classical
Model Year: 2006
Number: 30
Top: Canadian Cedar
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 53mm
Finish: Lacquer
Tuners: Sloane
Country: USA
Condition: Used - Excellent
Location: USA
Note: NOTES: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia), and cannot be exported without a CITES permit.

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Brian Dunn is a luthier from Tucson, Arizona whose classical guitars have gained an international reputation. Although he had been a luthier for many years, he only turned his hand to building classical guitars in 2001.  Professor Tom Patterson, who heads the guitar program at the University of Arizona, bought one of his first instruments, and then began promoting them, to students and friends. Until he retired a few years ago, guitar making was something of a religion for Brian, and he approached the work, armed with years of study, experience, and exacting levels of craftsmanship. This guitar is setup perfectly, and has no issues. This guitar, No 30,  Brian Dunn, originally made for Sergio Assad, and so featured a slanted upper bout that functions like a raised fingerboard, giving the player better access to the highest notes. He pulled his best woods out for this commission, specially a very special Canadian cedar top he purchased from the luthier Robert Ruck. Assad traded this one in, when Brian offered him an even better guitar. 

This first rate concert instrument is in excellent condition, and aside from a string burn at the 1st string, has no issues.