This is a fine parlor guitar from Michael Milllard, who has been building the Froggy Bottom guitars for 40 years. Here the body is typical for a parlor - it's 20-⅛" long and 13-7/16' across the lower bout - but it runs a bit deeper than many at 4-5/16". The walnut back & sides and Adirondack spruce top work with the increased depth to give the guitar a firm, resounding bass. Tonally, the guitar is warm and very balanced, with the fullness of the bass extending into the fat trebles. This allows the guitar to speak - with one voice,- and encourages flat-picking and fingerpicking equally. The string spacing at the nut is 1-11/16"; at the saddle it's 2-3/16". The scale length is the same as most Gibsons: 24-¾". The neck is a shallow "C"-shape relaxing into a "D" shape in the upper frets and toward the heel. It's a comfortable shape and this is a comfortable guitar to hold and play. It would be understandable if you sunk into your couch with it and didn't get back up . . . !