Ancient Celtic interlace patterns, interpreted in a contemporary fashion at
the sound hole of these instruments, create a stunning look – punctuated by
a pelta mother-of-pearl motif at the 12th fret, against an ebony fingerboard.
A circular triangle is found at the headstock, and echoed at the heel stock,
for the player’s enjoyment.
The horse was revered by the Celts for its speed and vigor,
and associated with sovereignty, abundance and guidance.
Celtic artwork by Alex Morgan
BODY: grand concert
TOP: solid spruce
BACK & SIDES: rosewood
NUT: 1 11/16” black Nubone
PREAMP/TUNER: B-Band T35
SCALE: 25 1/2”
FINISH: gloss top, satin b&s