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Petros Guitars: The Celt

The Celt is a Grand Concert built by father and son luthiers, Bruce and Matt Petros of Petros Guitars. The top is made of Master grade Italian spruce, while


Petros Guitars: The Celt
The Celt is a Grand Concert built by father and son luthiers, Bruce and Matt Petros of Petros Guitars.

The top is made of Master grade Italian spruce, while the fingerboard, bridge and headstock are made from African ebony. The binding, inlays and tuner buttons utilize Brazilian boxwood, while the Celt’s pufling is made of select blue Paua abalone. The instrument is rounded off with some amazing appointments; there’s a bone nut and saddle, and the bridge pins and end pin are made of 5000-year-old walrus ivory.

For more information, visit petrosguitars.com



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