Standard features of guitars built at Restoration Music feature:


  • Martin style Dreadnought, OM, M-style (0000) 000, or 00 14 fret body.
  • Gibson 14 fret body styles
  • 0, 00, or 000 12 fret body styles.
  • East Indian Rosewood or Honduran Mahogany, or African Rosewood (Bubinga).
  • Sitka Spruce topwood (Torrefied or Natural).
  • Honduran Mahogany neck wood with dovetail joinery.
  • Forward shifted scalloped bracing of red spruce.
  • Vintage style small maple bridge plate.
  • Hide glue construction throughout.
  • Traditional thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish, or french polish varnish. No catalyzed poly used.
  • EVO Gold fret wire.
  • Two way adjustable truss rod accessible through the sound hole.
  • Ebony fretboard and bridge.
  • Forward shifted scalloped bracing.
  • Galalith unslotted bridge pins.
  • Bone nut and bridge saddle.
  • Celluloid (ivory or tortoise) body binding.
  • Herringbone, Rope, or black\white\black purfling
  • Bone nut and Saddle.
  • Choice of headplate material.
  • Two way adjustable truss rod (soundhole accessible)



  •    Premium tonewoods (currently available):
    Brazilian Rosewood
    Curly or Crotch Grain Mahogany
    Madagascar Rosewood
    Figured African Rosewood
    Acacia Koa
    Peroba Rosa
    Carpathian Spruce Top
    Red Spruce (Adirondack) top (Natural or torrefied)
    Abalone Rosette and/or purfling including fretboard extension.


  •      Custom Wood Binding
       Curly Maple, Snakewood, Rosewood and others


  • Fretboard and/or Head binding
  • Waverly tuning machines