Dart Baritone Guitar: Sitka Spruce & Honduras Mahogany (2022)

This baritone growls on the bass end and still sings through the treble notes. We built this one based on David’s SJ (Small Jumbo) body. Its 28.5″ string length holds all the way down to a low A and feels great tuned to B as well. There are sixteen frets to the body & it’s a breeze to play your first position phrasings all the way up around the 12th fret octave. Nimble & dynamic response for fingerpickers and powerful projection when flat-picked.

$8,000 plus tax and/or shipping – price includes hard-shell case

  • Honduras mahogany sides, back, and neck
  • Master-grade Sitka spruce (Ketchikan, Alaska) top 
  • Honduras rosewood binding, bridge, heelcap and peghead overlay
  • Indian ebony fingerboard
  • Waverly tuners   
  • Hand-cut abalone Dart logo
  • Rope purfling soundhole inlay 
  • Unique epoxy resin pickguard, made in-house
  • Mother-of-pearl fret markers & side dots 
  • Bone nut & saddle 
  • Satin polyurethane finish
  • 28.5” string length  
  • 16 frets to the body; 24 total frets
  • 1-3/4” nut width