Bourgeois Touchstone D Vintage/TS Natural
If you’re familiar with Bourgeois guitars, you’re aware of their legendary tone, superb voicing, outstanding workmanship and attention to detail. You’re also probably aware that their prices start above $6,000. Now, through a recent partnership with Eastman Music, we can offer Bourgeois’ guitars at a far more affordable price.
Every Bourgeois Touchstone series guitar starts out at Bourgeois’ Maine factory, where old-growth Sitka spruce tops are hand-selected and voiced with Adirondack spruce braces by Dana Bourgeois and his team of luthiers. These are shipped to Eastman’s factory, where a small group of craftsmen assemble each guitar by hand to Bourgeois’ specifications, using Indian rosewood back and sides, and mahogany necks with ebony fretboards. Herringbone binding, Schaller tuners and a high-gloss finish complete the top-quality look and feel. Final setup and quality control are completed in Maine before shipment to dealers.
The result is a boutique-caliber guitar at a price far below Bourgeois’ U.S. made guitars. Pro players here agree that the look, tone, feel and finish compete with many of the finest American-made guitars. We think you’ll agree.
All photos are the actual guitar you'll be receiving.
- Top: Alaskan Sitka Spruce
- Back/Sides: Indian rosewood
- Bracing: Adirondack Spruce
- Top Binding: Herringbone
- Finish: Natural High Gloss
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Scale Length: 25.5"
- Nut: Bone; 1 23/32"
- Saddle: Bone; 2.2"
- Tuners: Schaller Grand Tune Nickel
- Bridge: Ebony with ivoroid pins