Believe it or not, there is a street (well, really a gravel road) in Central Oregon named "Delicious" and it's where some clients built the first Pumice Crete home in the area with some contractors I have had the honor of learning from and building with over the years: Lance Seaber, Earth Ship master; Joseph Johnson of Coyote Carpentry, and Elean Meserve, the purposeful magician. I was given the opportunity to create the cabinetry for the home and this was the very last piece to be installed. Eastern Walnut.
This guitar is based after the Taylor Grand Auditorium and, though I did not launch too far into experimentation, the augment to the bridge (the little wing that swings off on the treble side) helps shape tone down the bar that resides underneath the top transmitting string vibration over the top, as well as adding a delightful visual element overall. Great sounding instrument after I strung it up.
It's been a pleasure to do some sculpting recently in the shop!