Alan Arnold Guitars

        

Standard Range of Guitars

My Standard Range of acoustic guitars goes right across the spectrum, from small bodied 12 fret guitars, through Baritone guitar giants (both in size and sound!) to the AB49 acoustic bass guitar, that actually does what it says on the tin!
There are also two resonator guitars - one with biscuit bridge, and the other with spider bridge - ideal for slide, blues, country and bluegrass.    ♫ Hear a sample - see foot of page ♫

Click on the guitar pictures below, or the list on the left, for the specification of each of the guitars.

Phaedra
Phaedra Guitar

00 size
12 fret
short scale
24" - 630

1950
Pegasus
Pegasus Guitar
Small Concert
14 fret
short scale
24" - 630

1950
Phoenix
Phoenix Guitar
Concert
14 fret
long scale
25" - 650

1950
Mercury
Mercury Guitar
Small Jumbo
14 fret
long scale
25" - 650

1950
Beltane
Beltane Baritone Guitar
Baritone
14 fret
29" scale -736
a-a/b-b/c-c tuning

2150
AB49
Bass Guitar
Acoustic
Bass
17 fret
34" scale - 860

2150
Rezolution BB
Resonator Guitar: Rezolution BB
National style
resonator
12 fret
25"scale - 647

1450
Rezolution SB
Resonator Guitar : Rezolution SB
Dobro style
resonator
12 fret
25" scale - 647

1450

Standard Options: Each guitar is individually handmade and comes with a choice of various standard options (woods, etc)
For details - see each guitar's page.
Custom Options: Beyond this, there are custom options - where I will build you a guitar to your specification  (see Custom Guitar page)
Price: Price above is for a standard guitar from stock, or one built specially for you with your choice from the Standard Options, and includes:
- guitar set-up to your specification. 
- a Hiscox hard-case*      ( * not available for AB49 )
Left-handed also available at no additional cost.
   
Hear a sample: Hear a video of one of my Guitars, played by Sonny Black (opens in New window) I can show here the look of my guitars, but it's difficult to demonstrate the prime objective i.e. the sound.
I was lucky enough to have the guitar virtuoso Sonny Black visit me recently, so I recorded him playing one of my resonators. Have a listen and let me know if this helps.