The Model E is based on my Model D body shape but slightly smaller – this O size guitar is a great option if you’d like the powerful sound of a smaller bodied guitar but the warmth of a Dread. This is combined with a 25.4″ scale to introduce a little more tension into the smaller body which can cope with dropped tunings beautifully.

The guitars are featured – The E-SS-SK – a Model E body shape, with a cedar SS soundboard, and the simplified, stripped-down Session King styling. And a  “top of the range” Model E-SS cutaway in European spruce and flame jarrah with a stunning dyed maple burl rosette.



If you’d like a fine handmade acoustic guitar, get in touch through the contact form at the bottom of the page.

  • SK Adv

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  • SS

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The Session King version of the E-SS-SK featured has a Queensland maple body, a western red cedar soundboard, and a New Guinea rosewood neck. The satin finish is thin and durable.
Model E-SS jarrah
Model E-SS jarrah sides edited
Session King Model E-SS-10
Model E-SS front final 1
Jarrah Model E cutaway
Model E-SS bridge
Session King Model E-SS-9
wenge bouzouki-6
Session King Model E-SS-7
Session King Model E-SS-3
Model E-SS burl rosette 2
Jarrah Model E
Session King Model E-SS-2
Session King Model E-SS
Session King Model E-SS-4
Model E-SS headstock
Model E-SS burl rosette
Model E-SS back Jarrah sobell
  • Material

    Soundboard – mature seasoned European spruce or Western red cedar.

    Back and sides – there are many options - mahogany, Queensland maple, figured mahogany, wenge, ziricote or figured bubinga.

    Neck - New Guinea rosewood, American maple or upgrade with 1908 vintage Cuban mahogany

    Fretboard - fine Sri Lanka ebony or ancient bog oak. Bound with rocklite.

    Bridge - ebony.
  • Hardware

    Tuners - Gold Gotoh 510.

    Frets - hand polished Evo gold frets

    Nut and saddle - hand polished bone.
  • Dimensions

    body width: 368mm 14 1/2″
    body depth - 110mm 4.3"
    scale - 25.4"″ or custom
    nut - 44mm or custom
    tuning - standard, DADGAD or similar