Timberline® T20HGc All Solid Wood Tropical Mahogany 12-String Harp Guitar for 2019
In 2016, at the urging of Canadian harp guitar finger stylist and YouTube sensation Jamie Dupuis, Timberline® decided to make a harp guitar. During that process we came into contact with Harp Guitar Guru and fanatic Gregg Miner, with whom we entered into a co-design relationship to create the world's first under $1,000 all solid wood harp guitar –
The goal of an affordable, yet high quality, 100% Solid Wood Entry-Level Harp Guitar has been achieved!
We based the T20HGc on our successful T20Ac Auditorium Cutaway six-string, giving modern harp guitarists a hollow arm harp guitar with easy access to the 20th fret. We experimented with bracing to come up with a robust instrument that would yield great tone: a balanced neck, seamless transition from the low neck E to the first D sub-bass, all the way down to a killer low octave E. The tropical mahogany solid top not only looks great, it sounds sweet and smooth. The tapered body ends up over 4-½” deep at the end pin to give extra power and growl to the sub-basses, while the neck is a standard Timberline, with the comfortable 24.9" scale and 44mm neck width.
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Solid Tropical Mahogany top, back and sides
Macassar Ebony buttons on Grover Deluxe 18:1 Machines
Pro Gig Bag available for $200.00
Available electronics from L.R. Baggs or K&K, Sixtus, Lace or Fishman
Timberline recommends a dual output system - a piezo under saddle pickup and bridgeplate transducer combination (1st output) combined with a dedicated system for the sub-bass strings. The system will have two 1/4" output jacks to support two cables to two amplifier inputs
• For melody strings: • LR Baggs AnthemSL or • K&K Mini
• For sub-bass: • Sixtus surface mount or • K&K Mini