While the term 'Staccato' may cheekily reference the the guitar's physical stature, its sound is anything but diminutive.
What To Know
This is the first 'Staccato' built by luthier Bill Tippin. The Staccato is Tippin's 0-sized flattop, roughly equivalent in size and scale to a 14-fret Martin with an "0" body designation. While the term 'Staccato' may cheekily reference the the guitar's physical stature, its sound is anything but diminutive. The voice of this guitar is incredibly warm and lush, and it rewards a delicate attack with surprising low end and fullness in a short-scale instrument. This guitar's ease of playability, relative to its extremely robust sonic output, will have you lost in an inspiring new array of tones for hours on end! Its overall condition is very good ~ though it's now 18 years old and it's been played, so the expected minor signs of handling are present. Priced with a Calton case. On consignment.
Please note: used instruments are, well, used. We pride ourselves on thoroughly vetting, and carefully photographing, each pre-owned instrument we sell, but many of them carry subtle signs of handling that can escape even the most discerning eye. If you have questions about the condition of this instrument, we invite you to call us for an in-hand description. We're here to help!