This is a new instrument that has taken 25 years to build. Body and neck were made in our shop in Littleton, Mass, and when that shop closed down it was left unfinished, still needing a top. It hung in that state (of incompletion, not the state of Mass.) here in our Tiburon, CA shop until it went to Schoenberg builder Randal Kramer to be completed, and now it is all finished and onour wall, available for immediate delivery (as a friend of mine likes to say). It is our Soloist model, essentially an OM, with fourteen frets to-the-body and a cutaway. Back and sides are East Indian rosewood, the top is top grade Italian (European) spruce. The nut width is a touch wider than usual, at 1 13/16", while the spacing at the bridge is 2 ⅜" which was the standard for the original OMs and so rarely found on new instruments today. There's quite a bit of power to the tone just under the surface, waiting to be let out by the love and lots of playing by its future Prince or Princess Charming.