Norman Guitars hails from the Canadian town of La Patrie, where it is headquartered together with several other prominent brands. Like the rest of the La Patrie-based outfits, Norman has its entire production based in the town. Moreover, the entire output is made of locally sourced wood. In Norman`s case, it means heavy reliance on wild cherry for the backs and sides of its affordable models (Expedition models have cherry tops, as well). B20 Folk belongs to the Encore series and is one of only two currently available folk options. Main features include a non-cutaway body (laminated cherry back & sides, solid spruce top), silver leaf maple neck (14th fret dovetail joint), 21-fret rosewood fingerboard (24.84" scale, Tusq nut, dot inlays), fixed rosewood bridge (Tusq saddle), and die-cast tuning machines.
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