This striking bookmatched Redwood bodied 6-string was designed by John Marshall. It's his Great American Guitar model, dubbed so because every single part was made in the USA. It features walnut sides, maple binding, a one-piece quartersewn neck, walnut neck heel cap, walnut peg head veneer, and a walnut fretboard. "Every little screw was made in this country," Marshall says. "It took me more than six months just to find all the components."