L'Habitant, the second in my series of modern dreadnought guitars, hails from the rolling hills and valleys of the nearby Eastern Townships of Quebec. The red spruce soundboard, flamed birch body, and stunning figured hop-hornbeam fretboard and bridge were harvested from its generous forests. The binding and neck are of black walnut, making this a truly local guitar.

It is also posessed of a deep and full voice, which jumps easily from the fingers whether played soft or loud.

Like all my acoustic guitars, it features stainless steel frets (with zero fret), two-way adjustable truss rod, open-gear 18:1 tuners and genuine bone nut, saddle and bridge pins.