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October 11, 2013 | Joe Egan Tenor Guitar

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Intrigued? So are we. Joe Egan of Vancover Island BC Egan Custom Guitars recently posted this tenor guitar build on a Mandolin Cafe thread and we couldn't resist posting it here, too. Check out the demo below.

Video Link: Tenor Guitar

Top: Sitka Spruce
Back: Flamed Western Maple
Sides: Claro Walnut
Scale: 21.5"
12th fret body joint (bolted on from the outside)

Joe isn't known for building mandolins but this tenor is downright dreamy!

Website: Joe Egan Guitars

Posted by Ted at October 11, 2013 4:55 AM

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