The B18 is basically a solid top version of the B15. The use of a painted rosette keeps costs down and makes this guitar the most affordable solid top, lacquer finished guitar on the market.
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The three-layer laminate of cherry wood used in the back and sides of the B20 produces a tone that sounds warmer than maple but brighter than a mahogany guitar. The B20?s tone works beautifully for recording and blends nicely when amplified on stage.
The same guitar as the standard B20 but with a gorgeous high-gloss finish. The high gloss finish used on the B20 HG is comprised of eight coats of lacquer which is buffed down to the equivalent of about six coats?a process that takes about eight days to complete.
The unique mahogany-cherry-mahogany lamination used in the back and sides of the ST40 combines with a solid cedar top to produce a beautifully mellow sounding instrument. This sweet sounding guitar is at its best when used in more intimate musical settings.