2008 Roger Stuckless SCE Nylon Crossover (consignment) SOLD

Roger Stuckless builds exceptionally high quality instruments to custom order. He is well known for his high level of craftsmanship and creativity.

This Roger Stuckless SCE model was built in 2008 and is in near mint condition. It features an Englemann Spruce top, Quilted Pomelle Bubinga for the back and sides, mahogany for the neck and ebony for the fingerboard, armrest, headplate and bridge. This is all set off with abalone purfling and inlays.

The Stuckless SCE is built as a crossover model, providing the tone and responsiveness of a classical guitar with the playability of a steel-string. The crossover concept is very popular with jazz, latin and country players, and it can be said with some accuracy that the first of the crossovers was the Gibson Chet Atkins CE solid-body classical. This nylon-string guitar has a scale length of 25.5 inches and 1.75 inch nut width, and a gentle fingerboard radius of around 16 inches.

RMC Electronics BMT220 preamp and pickup provide the link to amplification. The rear electronics access plates are cut from the back and so match perfectly. Gold-plated Schaller tuners with pearlescent buttons and a bone nut finish off the hardware set.

UPDATE:  Roger Stuckless has agreed to extend the  warranty on this instrument to the new owner.

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Serial Number: 87, built at Roger Stuckless’ shop in Cavan, Ontario.

Pricing: $4,500.00 with custom Ameritage case, or $3,640 US Dollars (Based on 1.24% Exchange)

Status:  SOLD