The very light colored top is because it's European spruce, but with a little time and some indirect UV exposure this D2HG's top will take on a bit more color and look lightly tanned. We've never been clear as to what consistent difference in tone one can expect from German spruce in comparison to the same guitar with a Sitka top, but this particular example has a brighter, stronger treble response than we are use to hearing from a regular, newish, D2H. As for its condition there's no much to report as this is essentially a new guitar that lived off-campus for a couple of years. The fact that the top is almost white in color suggests this guitar spent that time in its case, which is equally clean.

stock no. 55730

TopGerman Spruce
Back and sidesIndian Rosewood
Frets to body14
Nut width1 3/4"
Scale length25.5"
Bridge spacing2 3/16"
Bridge materialEbony
Fretboard MaterialEbony
Neck materialMahogany
Serial No26769
Neck profileModified V
BracingScalloped X
Total frets20
CaseOrig. Hard