|Shape||Decker’s Creek Dreadnought|
|Soundboard||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Sides & Back||Rosewood|
|Bracing||Andrew White Ratio Plus Scalloped X bracing|
|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||Rosewood 25.5 Scale / 400R|
|EQ / Pickup||None|
This is a beautiful, well made guitar with a rich voice, wonderful sustain and attention to detail. Worth guitars five times the cost. I love it.
I too have another high end from a respected luthier that the Gibson Brothers said was special for sound quality but this is at least its equal.
It is a dreadnaught, so it can be loud if you wish or you can make it whisper. The tone is clean and clear. Andrew loves what he makes and he has a superb eye for detail and the D110 exemplifies that.
WILLIAM SHAW (verified owner) –
This is a truly engaging rosewood dreadnought with sweet and subtle sounds that can turn into solid bluegrass in a single swipe of the strings. Andrew White hits it out of the park with this one.
Joel Steve Gokool (verified owner) –
I purchased this model a few months back. I already own a Cybele 112 3TS which I have also reviewed. After a few adjustments to the neck with the included allen key (thanks Josh!), this guitar plays like a dream. I find myself picking this guitar up more often than my others. There is something about the feel and look, and the sound and response that is very natural, familiar, and giving. I could easily compare this to a Martin, a Breedlove, and a Taylor, but this is the only one I would choose out of those.
Every time I pick it up, it becomes more and more intuitive to play (not just in practice, but in an ergonomic sense), and the sound continues to get better and better. I can honestly say that this guitar plays better than most guitars many times its price. If you’re looking for a dread, this is your baby.
When I had it restrung, the local guitar shop couldn’t stop talking about the herringbone rosette, the binding, and the top. They were impressed as I was and still am.
I am currently micing it for live performances, but am considering a non invasive pickup in the future.
Happy hunting, and I hope this helps.