The Santa Cruz H-13 is an underrated and substantially powerful little guitar and the cocobolo back & sides and "moon spruce" top amp up the low end response and clarity even more.
It's a very warm sounding guitar with a great amount of fatness across all its strings -- at times, you'd swear you were hearing a nylon-string guitar with the kind of crispness, sustain and projection you get from a steel-string instrument.
Excellent headroom for flat picking, yet delicate enough to please a light finger style player. Other features include 42-style abalone purfling, snakewood bindings and a beautiful sunburst finish.
Hardly played and in near new conditon.
- Cocobolo back & sides
- European moon spruce top
- Sunburst finish
- Adirondack braces w/ hot hide glue
- Snakewood bound body, neck & peghead
- Cocobolo headstock veneer
- Gloss-finish neck
- Waverly tuners
- 1 3/4" nut width
- 25.375" scale length
- 2 3/16" string spacing
- Serial No. 1654
- Ameritage hard case