|Shape||Decker’s Creek Dreadnought|
|Soundboard||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Sides & Back||Sapele|
|Bracing||Andrew White Ratio Plus Scalloped X bracing|
|Rosette||Abalone and rings|
|Bridge||Andrew White Custom Bridge|
|Nut / Saddle||Graphtech Nubone|
|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|
|Position mark||Abalone Hexagon|
|EQ / Pickup||None|
I have had my Deckers Creek 2050 almost a year. The quality of this instrument is comparable to a Martin D-41 or Taylor 710 Brazilian. The wood gives it a unique sound that is clear, resonant, and very warm; excellent base and clear, sweet high notes up and down the entire neck. I highly recommend this guitar. It is my go to for practice, exploration, and performances.
Beautiful guitar and very comfortable to play.
Myself, I would rather have this than any other “Brand Name” guitars on the Market! Absolutely a fabulous guitar that will cover ANY playing style. And the quality workmanship is incredible exceeding any guitar I’ve played, seen or heard. I rate these guitars a 10.
KC Cozart (NewGrass Review)
Sure doesn’t hurt that it’s pretty too!
Cathy Philipp (verified owner) –
Instrument of true beauty, have had it about 9 months now and the more it opens up the better it sounds! Measures up to any Martin you put it up against, only better. This is the guitar I have been looking for! The others are going up for sale 👍 If you’ve been considering getting one of Andrews guitars, go for it! You will not be disappointed