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2 inch nut width on acoustic steel string guitar

I've got a few Taylors with 1 3/4 inch nut width.  Am interested in looking at some 2 inch nut width steel strings.  I know about Steve Grimes' guitars, but they are way out of my price range.  Anyone know of the wider nut width in the $ 1,000 to $ 2,000 range?  

 

Thanks!  Curtis

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Check out www.seagullguitars.com. Seagulls have a 1.8" nut width in general, but check out the Artist series, in particular the Peppino D'Agostino version, which has a 1.9" nut width. In fact, if you check on Amazon, you'll find you can get one of these for $1,191.97. Special price with Q2 electronics! If I had the money, I'd buy it...
Good luck!
^^^^^^  What he said ... :-)  ^^^^^^^
I have a friend who has a Larrivee  Custom OM-05 with a 1 7/8 nut width.  It also has abalone around the top border and on the bridge wings.  He got it used from a private sale on the internet.  I don't remember exactly what he paid, but it was in your range.  It's a nice fingerstyle guitar, but a reach if you thumb over the neck.
There is a 2006 Larrivee SD-50E for sale at Wolfe Guitars in Jupiter, FL - 1.875" nut width, $1950. Website www.wolfeguitars.com. I'd go with the Peppino myself...

I build custom-made guitars and could make you a guitar with a 2" wide nut width in your price range. Please visit www.fox-guitars.com to get an idea of the different styles I build. The Jumbo size dreadnaught would be a good choice for a wide neck guitar. You can pick the materials you want and even get whatever string spread at the bridge you desire. Money back guarantee. You can email with any question info@fox-guitars.com

 

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