Dana Bourgeois has been building guitars for over 40 years, and he is known as one of the foremost authorities on the voicing, selection, and utilization of fine acoustic tonewoods. Bourgeois Guitars are known for incredible sound and superior workmanship.
Relatively simple in appointments, the Bourgeois 0-Country Boy demonstrates that the right combination of fine materials, built and voiced with expertise and precise craftsmanship will produce deeply refined tone. There's something truly inspiring about a small-body guitar that packs a big voice and strong projection. Even though this size-0 is only 13-7/8" across, its sound is robust and powerful—deceptive for such a small body.
This Bourgeois 0-Country Boy features an Aged Tone (Torrefied) Adirondack Spruce top and beautiful striped Honduran Mahogany back and sides. It's hard to find songs and licks that don't sound great on this guitar, and its comfortable, approachable size makes it the ultimate songwriter's tool around the living room. Plus, its tone is warm and nicely-balanced—not lacking in volume, bass response, or high-end detail. We're also impressed by the amount of sustain the small top generates.
- Top: Aged Tone Adirondack Spruce (Torrefied)
- Bracing: Aged Tone Adirondack Spruce (Torrefied)
- Back & Sides: Striped Honduran Mahogany
- Scale Length: Short, 25"
- Nut: 1-3/4" bone
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Bridge: Ebony
- Saddle: Bone drop-in, 2-5/16" saddle
- Peghead Veneer: Madagascar Rosewood
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