New Scot Oliver Grand Standard Guitar


Great handmade guitar out of Boise, Idaho.


New Condition / SN: 59
1-7/8″ width at nut / 25.4″ scale length
14-fret / Scalloped braces

This new Scot Oliver Grand Standard is a very nice handmade 14-fret guitar. It has an Engelmann Spruce top, Sapele back and sides, and a Khaya Mahogany neck. the Sapele peghead veneer has “Oliver” at the top and it has Nickle open-back Golden Gate tuners with white buttons. Bone nut. The Madagascar Rosewood fingerboard has a single pearloid dot on the 12th fret, and white side dot position markers on the bass side of the fingerboard. The Mahogany neck is a slender modified “V” profile, which paired with the slightly wider 1-7/8″ width at nut makes this a comfortable player for any style. Indian Rosewood heelcap.

It has a nice Brazilian Rosewood bridge with a bone saddle and Ebony bridge pins with pearloid dots. The Engelmann Spruce top has a good looking Sapele soundhole rosette with small decorative squares and dots inlayed on the bass side. There is a clear plastic pickguard, and the top edge of the Engelmann top is bound in Indian Rosewood. The Sapele back edge is bound in Indian Rosewood. Black metal end pin.

This is a really nice handmade guitar out of Boise, Idaho. The tone is higher than the price indicates on this guitar, and it is very playable. Comes with a plastic molded hard case.