The G-70 is a classic herringbone rosewood guitar. The G-70 was the first rosewood for Gallagher guitars and has been the standard for bluegrass guitarists and artists such as Chris Jones and Claire Lynch. J.P. Cormier also plays a Gallagher G-70.
Rosewood back and sides
AAA Sitka Spruce top
Herringbone trim and rosette
Ivoroid bound body, fretboard and headstock
Open gear tuners
The G-70 was the first rosewood model Gallagher guitar. The G-70 is a traditional rosewood Guitar, with the best Indian rosewood and our choice spruce top. The G-70 is bound with classic Ivoroid binding and the body and rosette are trimmed with herringbone. The G-70 is fitted with an ebony fretboard and bridge, and the headstock and fretboard are bound with Ivoroid. The fretboard has mother of pearl diamonds and squares inlay. The bracing system for the G-70 is the traditional Gallagher voiced x-bracing. This guitar is perfect for those seeking a versatile guitar. It will give you deep bottom end perfect for playing those hard G runs and bright highs with a sweet rosewood sound.
Sitka Spruce top
Rosewood Back and Sides
Thin Herringbone purfling/rosette
, Ivoroid binding on body, neck and headstock.Diamonds and Squares inlay.
Gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish on body. Satin finish on neck.
Voiced top bracing, joined at the 14th fret
Bone nut and saddle
1 11/16 nut width.