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« on: January 28, 2009, 02:58:15 PM »

Hi Folks!

For your viewing pleasure, I have just published a profile on my 2009 Dudenbostel D28 as part of our new guitar database. As always, improvements, corrections and additional information/ your own experiences are much appreciated- I'll update the profile citing you and linking back to you! This may be a little contentious and but no means complete.

I can't link pics directly to here so do pop by to
for the full Visual presentation. As always, I present the text portion of the profile for your consideration- although I do highly recommend popping by to see the pics!

Warmest regards,

Dudenbostel | D21 | 1992

All pictures - Click to enlarge!
Please email with any corrections/ additional info
We aim to keep each entry as complete as possible & your help is appreciated!

Luthier Facts :
Name: Lynn Dudenbostel
Location: Tennesse
Wait list: Multi-year
Taking Orders?: Not at present
Interview: Yes, read more here
RIYL: Vintage Martins- Lynn is one of the best builders in this vein.
Note: (RIYL) Recommended If You Like

    * Model: D-28
    * Type: Dreadnought
    * Year: 2009
    * Serial #:70
    * Back/Sides Wood: Brazilian Rosewood
    * Top Wood: Carpathian Spruce
    * Neck Wood: Mahogany
    * Fingerboard: Ebony
    * Fret Markers: 45 style Bridge: Ebony Belly
    * Body Bindings: Ivoroid
    * Top Trim: Herringbone
    * Rosette: Violin Lines
    * Tuners: Gold Waverlys
    * Finish: Varnish Finish
    * Case: OHSC
    * Body Length: 19 7/8 in.
    * Upper Bout: 11 3/8 in.
    * Lower Bout: 15 5/8 in.
    * Body Depth @ Heel: 3 3/4 in.
    * Body Depth @ Tail: 4 3/4 in.
    * Scale Length: 25.25 in.
    * Nut Width: 1 11/16 in.
    * Strings Spacing: 2 1/4 in.

Comments: Lynn Dudenbostel
- “ It’s Brazilian rosewood/Carpathian spruce, 14 fret D, forward X, varnish finish. “

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Photos kind courtesy of Lynn Dudenbostel

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