An exquisite example of art, form and function, the McPherson Manhattan Skyline 4.0XP is a wonderful musical instrument first and foremost.
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A museum-worthy piece of craftsmanship and design, the McPherson Manhattan Skyline is a towering achievement in the art of luthiery
Wonderful wood wrought into an ultramodern musical instrument, decked out in art deco spender
Specs include: MG body shape, 16″ lower bout, 4″ depth at neck block and end block; figured Brazilian rosewood back, sides, fingerboard, bridge; master grade Adirondack spruce top with exclusive bracing pattern; 1-3/4″ mahogany and carbon fiber neck with cantilevered neck joint and floating fingerboard; 2-3/16″ string spacing; figured koa binding; bone saddle and compensated saddle; Robson tuners; wooden art deco fingerboard and headstock marquetry; wooden mosaic of 1930s Manhattan skyline inlaid on the back.
McPherson guitars are a cut above many other brands, even at the basic entry level. But with the tonewoods featured on this guitar, along with the spectacular wooden marquetry, things have been taken way up. And I mean, like on an express elevator to the top of the Empire State Building – an impression of which appears on the expansive back of this very impressive example of the luthier’s art.