|Shape||Decker’s Creek Dreadnought|
|Soundboard||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Sides & Back||All Solid Sapele|
|Bracing||Andrew White Ratio Plus Scalloped X bracing|
|Binding||Flamed Maple, Abalone Purfling|
|Bridge||Andrew White Custom Bridge|
|Nut / Saddle||Graphtech Nubone, Nut Width: 1 11/16″|
|Neck joint||Dovetail with Round Neck Heel|
|Head logo||White Pearl|
|Headmachine||18:1 Ratio Machine Heads / 3D Oval Button|
|Neck / Fingerboard|
|Neck shape / material||C-Shape 1-Piece Angle Neck (Spanish Cedar)|
|Fingerboard||Ebony 25.5 Scale / 400R|
|Position mark||Mother of Pearl Dot|
|EQ / Pickup||None|
Amazing guitar.Looks great,says great!
Volume is truly amazing!
James Venable (verified owner) –
I recently received my D 1050 NAT guitar. I was pleasantly surprised that, unlike the photos on this page, it has beautiful abalone inlays around the sound hole and just inside the entire circumference of the top binding. I love it. Playing it is a pleasure. I did loosen the truss rod a bit to eliminate buzzing and after that it’s a joy to play. It’s a great complement to my 1975 Guild D-40. They have different tonal characteristics and I think the AW D 1050 is a bit brighter. Each has their place and I’m very happy with the guitar!