An extremely rare guitar made by luthier Lane Moller for David Crosby, out of Brazilian rosewood and Sitka spruce, highly adorned with abalone purfling and fancy peghead and fretboard inlays. The neck is three-piece laminated mahogany and maple, condition is excellent. The current owner's father worked for Crosby and after Crosby pawned the guitar during his funkier times, the father purchased the guitar from the pawn shop. It has been stored, unplayed, until now. The tone is gigantic, and it comes in a hard shell case.