Maestro Custom Series Victoria IR-CSB Spruce/Rosewood 000 Size


Includes Hard Case

000 Size with cutaway and sound port.

  • Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Solid Indian Rosewood
  • (Back & Sides)
  • LR Baggs Anthem Pickup
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Maestro Custom Series Victoria IR-CSB 000 Size


Solid Sitka Spruce Top
Probably the hardest of the woods used in the manufacture of soundboards, Sitka Spruce
produces a loud and bright tone, accentuating the basses and trebles – qualities that
made it a popular choice.

Solid Indian Rosewood Back & Sides
Indian Rosewood is famous for its warmness, rich basses and clear treble response. One of the most
popular wood for constructing guitar bodies.

Victoria | 000 [VI / OM]
Comparatively compact next to a Dreadnought, the 000 body style still provides a fair dose of power
and dynamic range while having improved articulation and note separation. Players will enjoy its strong
presence and great balance across the entire sonic spectrum.

A Statement from Maestro
Custom Series is a testament to our commitment in making finely handcrafted instruments
accessible to everyone; luthier-grade instruments that are available off-the-rack. Available in
specific wood & shape combinations, each Custom Series guitar is carefully voiced by Hozen and
is furnished with our signature CSB options – Soundport, Florentine Cutaway, and Beveled
Armrest – features that you will not see from mass-produced & factory-built instruments.

length 1020 mm
body length 486 mm
lower bout 394 mm
waist 250 mm
depth 102 mm
scale length 650 mm

43mm Nut Width
string spacing – nut 35.5 mm
ave. string spacing – nut 7.1 mm
string spacing – saddle 54.4 mm
ave. string spacing – saddle 10.89 mm
fingerboard radius 14″
neck thickness – nut 24 mm
neck thickness – 12th Fret 34 mm

Since 2004, Maestro have been providing quality handcrafted instruments to discerning players that
are very particular with tone, playability and craftsmanship. Each instrument is delicately built
to ensure it is responsive, rich in tonal colour, exceptionally playable and aesthetically
outstanding. Each Maestro instrument is hand-built by a small team of experienced luthiers in a
humidity-controlled facility using only the finest wood, components and other building materials
through age-proven techniques. Every detail is well thought through from the carbon-fibre
Reinforced neck to the soundhole, body wood binding and hide glue. Their years of handcrafting
experience allow them to innovate ways of handcrafting efficiently, enabling them to hand-build
sixty to eighty instruments a month without compromising the quality of each instrument.