2019 Tony Ennis Classical Guitar - Redwood Top - Gold Tuners

$5,900.00 $4,900.00

To purchase, please contact us at or 828-417-9515

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Every guitar is given a professional setup and a thorough 19-point inspection including playing through every note, adjusting saddle & nut heights, checking neck relief, fret ends, tuning mechanisms, finish, and more. You can rest assured that your guitar will be flawless or we'll replace it or refund it and cover all shipping charges. Also, all guitars at XGuitars are kept at the perfect humidity and temperature to prevent hidden cracks, sharp frets, warped necks, etc.

Tony Ennis Classical Guitar 2019 - Redwood Top - Gold Tuners

This beautiful instrument is made in Walhalla, South Carolina, by luthier Tony Ennis. 

Tony's guitars are shockingly beautiful and powerful, partly thanks to an innovative interior bracing system developed by Tony that gives the guitar significantly more volume and sustain than nearly any other classical guitar we've ever played. Tony calls this the "Ennis Unibody Framing". This bracing system is shown in photos above. One very striking feature of his guitars is that the tone stays just as rich and full at even the lowest of volumes.

This guitar has been very carefully used and so has some minor wear marks on the top which are purely aesthetic and do not break the finish.

Custom-made sound port cover included 

Top: Solid Redwood (aged over 60 years) *
Body: Padauk
Body Binding: Cocobolo 
Neck: Spanish Cedar with carbon fiber reinforcement
Fret Markers: Located at frets 7 & 12
Bridge: Ebony
Saddle: Black Horn
Rosette: Redwood Burl with Abalone Dots
Trim: Cocobolo
Fingerboard: Ipe (the 3rd hardest wood on Earth)
Fingerboard Binding: Ebony
Nut: 53mm
Tuning Machines: Rubner Deluxe

Upper Bout: 10.75"
Lower Bout: 14.5"
Body Length: 19.5"
Depth at Heel: 3.875"
Depth at Butt: 4.125"

*The redwood top on this guitar started it's life as shelving in an iconic seafood restaurant in Connecticut, USA 60 years ago.

Very slightly radiused fingerboard (40 inches)

Made in USA

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