- acoustic guitars
Dates of manufacture:
The Dakota B1-Buck was a dreadnought style acoustic guitar with a solid Englemann spruce top and rosewood back and sides. It had abalone binding, with an inlaid snowy mountain logo on the headstock. Nut and bridge saddle were made of bone. It came in natural finish.
Dakota models were made in Asia and sold for around $900 when new. Production numbers of this model were said to be less than 200.
|Finish colors||natural finish|
|Number of strings||6 strings|
|Body back material||Indian rosewood body back, rosewood body back|
|Body sides material||rosewood body sides|
|Body style||dreadnought-size body|
|Body top material||Engelmann spruce body top|
|Body fret||Neck joins body at 14th fret|
|Number of frets||20 fret|