Grammer guitars are some of the coolest (and unsung) acoustic instruments of the vintage era.
Hailing from the 70's, this gorgeous, toneful G-30 is crafted with a spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The tone is warm with a nice chime on the top end. The projection is great and the age of the wood has only improved the tone of this guitar.
The mahogany neck (.875"-.953) is comfy and playable with a rosewood fretboard that measures at a 17" radius up the board. It's capped off with a nut measuring 1.59".
This vintage beauty shows its age but in the best ways. It has received a neck reset at some point. Its label has not survived the years and is missing (but we don't labels around here, maaaan). Overall there is playwear, checking, and dings that is consistent with a guitar of 50 years. There is a ding (see pics) on the neck around the 3rd/4th fret on the bas side. What I'm saying is, this is not a museum piece but this road dog has seen some sessions and shows and it's ready for more.
The pro techs here at EMS have given this gal a full setup and it's ready for stage or studio. It will ship the next day in the included Larrivee hardshell case.
If you have any questions about this guitar, or any of our gear, give us a shout here at the shop.