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Goddess Series – 2 Pau Rosa

This is a stunning guitar. Her back, sides, rosette and the headstock are crafted from Pau Rosa. This instrument has an intimate, individual and iconic look and feel to it. The colours range from salmon to orange, to gold and then to cream and pink. The rosette is a work of art that appears almost hand painted. Her neck is Honduran mahogany, her top, Englemann spruce. The fret board is Mun ebony, bound and edged with Gaboon ebony. The binding is Pau Rosa. Rich and resonant with a lasting, deep sound that is reminiscent of years gone by. Comfortable in your hands, soft and soothing to play.

 

The Goddess Series

The image of The Goddess is etched into the centre of her back and is found deep within her body as you peer into the sound hole. This Goddess image symbolizes, at least to me, the connection we have with Earth. Roots deep into the earth, their form portrayed as a vessel for life, hair sensing the winds of change, and their arms reaching into the ether, the heavens and beyond. Of course, this image has the characteristics of a tree, the true beginning of wood’s song. The ancient Sanskrit word ‘OM’ which suggests the phrase ‘that which is sounded out loudly’; the sound often vibrated at the end of mindful, spiritual practice, seemed the only appropriate choice for the guitar’s

 $5200.00

 

 

 

 

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Goddess Series – 2 Pau Rosa

This is a stunning guitar. Her back, sides, rosette and the headstock are crafted from Pau Rosa. This instrument has an intimate, individual and iconic look and feel to it. The colours range from salmon to orange, to gold and then to cream and pink. The rosette is a work of art that appears almost hand painted. Her neck is Honduran mahogany, her top, Englemann spruce. The fret board is Mun ebony, bound and edged with Gaboon ebony. The binding is Pau Rosa. Rich and resonant with a lasting, deep sound that is reminiscent of years gone by. Comfortable in your hands, soft and soothing to play.

 

The Goddess Series

The image of The Goddess is etched into the centre of her back and is found deep within her body as you peer into the sound hole. This Goddess image symbolizes, at least to me, the connection we have with Earth. Roots deep into the earth, their form portrayed as a vessel for life, hair sensing the winds of change, and their arms reaching into the ether, the heavens and beyond. Of course, this image has the characteristics of a tree, the true beginning of wood’s song. The ancient Sanskrit word ‘OM’ which suggests the phrase ‘that which is sounded out loudly’; the sound often vibrated at the end of mindful, spiritual practice, seemed the only appropriate choice for the guitar’s

 $5200.00

 

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CONTACT

Joe Young
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250.947.5617
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