Parlor is one of the most interesting body contours, as it is both smaller and older than the currently popular dreadnoughts and jumbos. This body type originates from the 19th century and is also known as the New Yorker. It was very popular contour back then, but with the emergence of dreadnought, and later Jumbo, big guitars took over. Bedell and other major manufacturers are restoring the Parlors and OH-18-G is one of the best examples. IT is a non-cutaway guitar coming from the very competitive Performance series and it`s body is made of sapele back and sides with spruce sound board. Bridge is made of rosewood and it`s matched with a 19-fret fingerboard made of ebony. One-piece mahogany neck is attached to the body with a 12th fret joint.
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