Griffin guitars are custom made. A place in the next available batch of 6-8 guitars can be secured by a deposit of 50% of the agreed price, or 1/3 of the price of any instrument priced $3000 and up.
To determine the cost of your Griffin guitar, choose one of the four basic models, one of the two standard wood options, and options and appointments from the table below. For more information about the basic models and wood options, see the Guitars page. For additional wood options or other customizations, contact Kim Griffin directly.
Griffin instruments are lifetime warranted, by Kim Griffin to the original owner, to be free of structural defects caused by materials or workmanship.
Basic Model Prices With Standard Wood Options
Wood Option #1
Mahogany or Walnut/Sitka
Wood Option #2
Rosewood or Koa/Sitka or Cedar
|B: Grand Concert||1800||2200|
Basic Models include black binding, rosewood bridge and fret board, Sitka spruce or cedar tops, quality closed gear tuners, a hardshell case, and a simple rosette.
|Left handed||No charge|
|Brazilian Rosewood (old growth)||Call for price|
|Adirondach Red Spruce||100-300|
|European (Austrian) Spruce||150|
|Curly Koa or Paddock||225|
|Binding: Wood (Maple) or Ivoroid||175|
|Formal (classical) purfling||500|
|Herringbone purfling (3 styles)||200|
|Headstock purfling (incl. bound board)||200|
|Headstock rear veneer||100|
|Fretboard inlay (many options)||Call|
|3-Piece back (w/ purfling strips)||175|
|Pickguard (inlayed "tor-tis")||125|
|Ebony buttons (Schaller Gold)||70|
|Gold Ghoto tuning machines (16:1 ratio)||50|
|TrueTone M7 pickup system||Call|
|Tweed double-arch case*||85|
|Calton or Ameritage heavy-duty case*||cost + 10%|
*Case prices are for orders with a guitar; call if ordering case only.
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