The Gustav Lundgren Ebony D-hole is a slight exception from the old Selmer concept. In terms of sound, black D-hole is based on the Standard Model-Jazz guitar, producing lots of volume in combination with a crisp high-end.
The guitar has a 670 mm oval-hole scale-length, allowing 14 frets clear from the body. It has a laminated body with a black ebony veneer on the outside and a "flame" stripe in the middle of the back. Brown "abalone" imitation is used on the rosette, tuners and tailpiece.
This is Andreas Öberg's personal guitar, designed together with him to his personal use. The Guitar is a D-hole variation of Model Andreas Öberg with a special "Deep Purple" colour.
It’s based on Favino size and body shape. Andreas wanted to cut some high frequencies and overtones without losing power from the high strings. He also wanted lots of bass response. This D-hole variation is the loudest of all models.
Rosette is made of the same brown abalone-imitation as its AJL-tuner knobs and the tailpiece inlay.
Sides and back are made of laminated birds-eye maple. It has a three piece maple neck with two contrasting rosewood stripes.
Available on custom order, ask for the current price.
Available on natural finish with traditional rosette.
Selmer also caught the Hawaiian fever and produced the Model Havaien to meet the demands of the European Havaian boom.
The Guitar was based on the Model Orchestra with an internal resonator, slightly stronger bracing and no cutaway. Not so many were made, and only a few survived to our days.
This is a true, faithful re-issue of that French-Havaiian guitar.
Available on custom order, -ask for current price.
Available with same options as other Selmer/Maccaferri models.