Santa Cruz have just anounced that they have pre-sold the entire 2013 guitar allocation. This means any guitar ordered
now wont arrive until sometime in 2014!
We are lucky enough to have already pre placed our orders some time ago, therefore will be receiving two shipments of around five guitars each in
What we are saying is, if you are interested in purchasing one of these very fine and highly exclusive instruments then dont wait till it's too
Feel free to Email or call us to researve an instrument off one of these next shipments.
Santa Cruz VS Model.
The Vintage Southerner is our short scale (24 3/4") slope shoulder dreadnought offering. It is the sound sought after for Texas fiddle style backup. It has also
been a huge hit with Blues players and anyone in love with the old short scale Gibson dreadnoughts. This includes fingerstyle blues players and singer/songwriters, backup rhythm players, oldtime
players and many more. If you have been impressed by some of the old vintage short- scale slope shoulders of the past such as a Southern Jumbo or J-45, you'll be blown away by this guitar.
This great new model from Santa Cruz is a bigger, lusher, louder sister to the very popular OM/OM Pre-war models. In comparison, the OM Grand embodies the same
elegance only in increased quantity of volume, projection and bass. Basically, this one goes to eleven.
A collaboration between world musician Bob Brozman and Richard Hoover from Santa Cruz guitars resulted in a spectacular baritone guitar that can lend a piano-like
presence to slide and open tuning playing styles. The very long (27 inch ) scale, 12-fret Mahogany neck allows the guitar to accommodate heavier strings at the lower tensions of open tunings. The
highest quality Mahogany back and sides and a rare European Spruce top provide extreme tonal clarity.
This is not just a great small body travel guitar, but a great all rounder. The firefly is just as happy being front and centre onstage as it is
in front of a valve mic in the studio. This one is in nice clean condition anf is finished in a classy
Santa Cruz VJ
The VJ's Sitka Spruce top is braced and voiced for volume and the body is built with premium Mahogany for clarity of tone. The balance favors the bass to the degree found in the originals, not to
the excess found in many from the golden era of the square-shouldered brand. What this really pretty face has over its predecessors is SCGC's hallmark complexity of overtones, sustain and power. Look
your best. Wear this guitar!
The Vintage Jumbo is the ideal Blues guitar. Inspired by the classic round-shouldered dreadnoughts of the 1940's, we infused it with the characteristic Santa Cruz volume, balance and complexity to
create a guitar that can cover a lot of different styles. The VJ is dripping with the kind of deep, rich bass and sweet trebles that really shine in chord-oriented work. You won't find this one
coming up short when you call on it for more!
This iswithout doubt the best looking and sounding small body guitar we have ever
seen. Great for writing and recording, sitting on the couch, or just travelling in style. If you can, come in and experience this great little wonder for yourself.
This dramatic sounding model was designed to introduce the superior sound of Santa Cruz Guitars to players that had been afraid to touch them. SCGC’s reputation for relentless quality and
attendant high prices kept many from even trying one out. The Pre-War Model was okay to approach, not inexpensive but not completely intimidating either. Given the opportunity to hear a truly
sophisticated guitar, perhaps for the first time, players experienced a paradigm shift in what they thought possible. The D/PW’s powerful volume, overtones and rich presence is an epiphany to the
uninitiated. There are no unnecessary design features on this model, simply the finest materials treated to SCGC’s state of the art lutherie. This instrument is the best value to be had in a
professionally hand made guitar, period.
If we don’t continue to tell the stories of the past, they will no longer be remembered. Don Edwards understands this, and has devoted his life to keeping the lyrics and lore the old west alive
and well in the mind and hearts of America. 2011 marks the 50th anniversary in the music business for this most beloved cowboy poet and balladeer, and in honor of this career milestone, Santa Cruz
Guitar Company is thrilled to debut the Don Edwards Signature Model Guitar. SCGC’s Richard Hoover and Don worked together to create this all Mahogany 12-fret OO with the cowboy singer in mind. A
slotted headstock with the vintage script Santa Cruz logo, ivoroid/tortoise/ivoroid rosette, simple black purfling, custom sunburst and gold, 3-on-a-plate Waverly tuners with Snakewood knobs all come
together with a classic lone star and Don’s signature inlayed on the fingerboard. With its warmth, presence and sophisticated complexity, this is the trusty sidekick that you’ve always
The Pre-War Orchestra Model honors its pre-WWII predecessors with an advanced X and scalloped top bracing. This time-tested design ensures large bass response and overall volume. Acoustic Guitar
Magazine has placed it as one of the most important instruments of the last 20 years. The OM/PW is presented with understated appointments to emphasize master grade materials, tone and workmanship.
It is perfect for the aficionado that loves the advantages of a professional boutique instrument without the cost of rare wood and ornamentation. The OM’s versatility and ergonomics lend great appeal
for traditional picking styles and impressive rhythm work. Expect the predominant bass and throaty presence of the surviving pre-war antiques.
The RS is designed to deliverer huge volume and punch! Santa cruz 's specially tapered bracing and body depth give this guitar amazing headroom to be driven hard and
still maintain tonal integrity. Big neck, big sound! This instrument is in very nice condition and comes with a dual source LR Baggs pickup system.
This is the best OM in the biz! This Orchestra Model is a small-body guitar with a very powerful sound. The balance of the OM favors the bass to midrange, inviting
comparison to a small dreadnought. The OM has become a favorite of fingerstylists and players preferring the comfort of a smaller body that delivers considerable power. This model is our most
versatile and popular guitar.
Quite simply one of the best Ukes you will ever play and hear. Hand built at Santa Cruz guitars by Richard Hoover and the team, these instruments are simply superb. If you are serios about your
Ukes, this is the pinn
Tony Rice is a master of contemporary bluegrass guitar. Tony's legendary 1930s D-28, previously owned by Clarence White, served as the model for an instrument
design that combines the bass presence of the old D-28 with more substantial midrange and treble response, which is necessary for Tony's modern lead work. The sophisticated tone in the higher ranges
of this guitar will inspire flatpickers to explore new territory. This guitar is truly beautiful and features a tone like no other. Spruce and Rosewood heaven!
Most players are astonished when they play the H model for the first time. Its volume is startling for a small-bodied guitar. The body's depth allows for a much
larger presence than would be expected in an instrument of this size, and the guitar's even balance gives the H a precise response. This model is highly recommended for those who prefer the sweetness
of a small guitar but also need more volume. The Model H can optionally be built as a thin-body cutaway, a configuration that makes the guitar an even more exceptional recording instrument.
STYLE 1 Santa Cruz Guitar Companys interpretation of Martins size 1 guitar sounds amazingly sweetSCGC"s ability to achieve suprising volume and presence in a smaller bodied instrumentgives
the style 1 a solid position in the contemporary guitarist"s repertoire.
Solid spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides. Simply one of the best small body guitars you will ever hear. 12 fret body and 24-3/4 inch scale length makes for an incredibly easy guitar
to play, exceptionally balanced tonally. Superb instrument
The OOO is similar to the OM in size and tone, but has several distinguishing features that provide it with a more vintage styling. The primary differences are
that the OOO has 12 frets and a slotted headstock. A favorite instrument of fingerstyle players, the OOO has a slightly smoother, more bass-resonant tone than the OM. The guitar's vintage features
include SCGC tuners, modern string spacing at the bridge, and a slim "V"-shape neck profile. this is the first we have seen and we love it!