Mark Dalton talks about Huss & Dalton's building philosophy, their series built with poplar from Monticello, and more. Molly Tuttle joins Mark to demonstrate several guitars.
August 09, 2016
Mark Dalton recently stopped by Artisan Guitars in Nashville to talk about Huss & Dalton Guitar Company’s history, building philosophy, and more. In this informative video, Mark tells the story of one special series of guitars that Huss & Dalton built from the wood from a tulip poplar tree that was planted in 1808 at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate, and delves into many of the important nuances that make Huss & Dalton guitars the sought-after instruments they are.
Molly Tuttle joins Mark to demonstrate several Huss & Dalton guitars as well, including her own Huss and Dalton TDR with Indian rosewood back and sides and thermal cured red spruce top.
Visit Huss and Dalton at hussanddalton.com
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