The 'Estuary' model. My small guitar is a little unusual. It’s the same shape and size as my 1864 classical guitar, but obviously put together differently. I don’t have the Mississippi Delta nearby to inspire southern blues playing, but I do have the Thames Estuary just down the road for your English Blues. A slotted head is a nice option. Scale length 630. 14 frets to the body, or 12 if you don’t mind losing access to a couple of frets.
The '505' model.
My large guitar - named after the length of the body. A slightly square-shouldered guitar, comparable to a Martin 0000 model.
Rounded cutaway option (venetian), not the pointy one, scale length 645 mm. 14 frets to the body.
The 'Southfields' model. My medium size guitar is roughly 000 size, shape similar '505' but a little smaller. Scale length 645 or 630. Venetian cutaway option. 14 frets to the body.
‘The Living Room’ model.
This is the very small parlor sized guitar – in the UK we don’t have parlors, we have living rooms. Similar to a Martin O size, with 14 frets to the body. Scale length 630 mm.
Upper bout 245 mm, waist 200 mm, lower bout 345 mm, body length 460 mm, depth 100 mm at tail, 85 mm at heel.