The Little Lady has a 23.5 inch scale and is made using native Australian tonewoods.
Dorval, QC (July 6, 2015) -- Cole Clark, the Australian guitar maker known for its use of native Australian tonewoods, its unique pickup system, and Spanish heel neck joint design, will introduce its new Little Lady small scale guitar to North America at the 2015 Summer NAMM Show. LL2E-RDRW-FRONTLL1-RDM-FRONT The Little Lady shape, employing a short 23.5 inch scale found on many high-end jazz guitars in the mid-20th century, is offered at two levels of Cole Clark's range: 1 Series, and 2 Series. All configurations feature a solid Californian Redwood face, and include a professional quality gig bag.
The 1 Series Little Lady features Cole Clark's patented two-way pickup system, which incorporates six individual piezo pickups under the saddle, and a face sensor. The 1 Series model is offered with either Queensland Maple or Australian Blackwood back and sides. An all-acoustic version of the Redwood/Queensland Maple model, with no pickup, is also offered.
The 2 Series Little Lady features Cole Clark's patented three-way pickup system, which incorporates six individual piezo pickups under the saddle, a face sensor, and a condenser microphone. The 2 Series model is offered with either Australian Blackwood or Indian Rosewood back and sides. Other 2 Series features include abalone snowflake fretboard inlays, binding, purfling, gold machine heads, and a two-ring rosette.
Suggested Retail Prices:
|CCLL1-RDM||Redwood + Queensland Maple (Acoustic)||$1,429.00|
|CCLL1E-RDM||Redwood + Australian Blackwood||$1,649.00|
|CCLL1E-RDBL||Redwood + Queensland Maple||$1,899.00|
|CCLL2E-RDBL||Redwood + Australian Blackwood||$2,429.00|
|CCLL2E-RDRW||Redwood + Indian Rosewood||$2,879.00|
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