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Old 04-25-2019, 04:28 PM
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I have a new Goodall Traditional 000 12-fret heading into production. I do more finger-style than flat-picking theses days, so that played a part is our discussions & choices. Thanks to James and Jean Goodall for their thoughtful guidance and production photos to follow. And it’s always great working with Adam at The Music Emporium. It’s looking like a late summer delivery. Here are the specs.

Traditional 000-12 Fret
Claro Walnut Back & Sides
Master Adirondack Spruce Top w/ no runout
Herringbone Rosette & Purflings
White Maple Body, Headstock, & Fingerboard Binding
Ebony: Peghead Veneer, Bridge, Fretboard
Bone Nut & Saddle
Waverly Nickel Tuners w/ Ebony Buttons
1 3/4” Nut & 2 1/4” Bridge Spacing
Ameritage Case

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You are in for a real treat, the TR000 model from Goodall is a killer guitar, I've played a couple of them. Walnut and Red Spruce sound like a nice do it all wood combo that gives versatile tonal options. The TR000 always reminds me of the Froggy Bottom H12 which is a good thing!!
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Very exciting, Paul. Another wonderful build thread to follow. Yay!

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The guitar I've kept the longest is my 2006 THR000 (Honduran RW/Euro Spruce). I've never played another guitar quite like it, I'm sure you will love this walnut/adi recipe for goodness
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You are in for a real treat, the TR000 model from Goodall is a killer guitar, I've played a couple of them. Walnut and Red Spruce sound like a nice do it all wood combo that gives versatile tonal options. The TR000 always reminds me of the Froggy Bottom H12 which is a good thing!!
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Very exciting, Paul. Another wonderful build thread to follow. Yay!

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Thanks Jayne. Iím watching your beauty taking shape. Your turn awaits!

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The guitar I've kept the longest is my 2006 THR000 (Honduran RW/Euro Spruce). I've never played another guitar quite like it, I'm sure you will love this walnut/adi recipe for goodness
I really like Goodall guitars. Iíve had the opportunity to play quite a few recently & I bought and sold a TROM (I liked a lot) primarily because I found it was too much like my GC, which I expect to keep. I have played a couple of the Goodall T-000 models and liked his 12-fret model. After speaking with James Iím psyched that he will dial in what Iím looking for. Daveís Guitar has a very nice THR000 that had caught my eye.
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Here is the first picture, showing the Walnut selected for the back and sides.

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