The B&G Little Sister private build made a huge impact since it’s first appear in 2014. Building handmade guitars takes time and has it’s costs, that makes them less accessible to all players. With that in mind, the B&G Little Sister Crossroads was born, Asia-manufactured variant of the Little Sister that provides classic B&G looks and construction at a more affordable cost.
B&G, by all means, did not compromise on tone. The Little Sister Crossroads (cutaway and non-cutaway) is built out of quality tone-woods – African Mahogany body and neck, Indian Rosewood fingerboard and solid Maple top. It is finished using UV finish which compliments the sound characteristics of the wood. Factory-made solid brass hardware made it possible to maintain the familiar look and similar tonal qualities to the Little Sister Private Build.
|Name||Crossroads LS Cutaway|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Specific Wood Neck||African Mahogany|
|Specific Wood Fretboard||Indian Rosewood|
|Scale Length (inch)||24.75|
|Body Type||Semi Hollow|
|Specific Wood Body||African Mahogany|
|Specific Wood Top||Solid Figured Maple|
|Specific Colour||Tobacco Burst|
|Based on famous model?||Little Sister Private Built|