Admin Post Here is something that you don't see every day. This is one of the best sounding acoustics I have ever played...but it needs a neck set and a fret job. Isn't really playable right now. Because of the UNIQUE nature of Mossman neck blocks, I have decided not to do it myself. It is going in the box today to somebody with some experience dealing with the Mossman laminated neck block. The Great Plains is your basic dreadnaught. 14 frets to the body. Sort of shaped like a Martin. Not exactly though. Herringbone binding and not a bit of metal flakes. Looking at that armrest, it looks like somebody has been influenced by Doc Watson. Just a real nice, basic rosewood guitar. Probably a Sitka spruce top. Grain is nicely bookmatched. 3 piece back ... sort of like a Martin D-35. Indian rosewood. If that was Brazilian RW all straight-grained like that...this guitar would be my retirement portfolio! Did you notice the Grove RotoMatics? They just SCREAM the 70s. While the shape (and weight) of the headstock is not understated, the "S.L. Mossman" logo is. Those are S.L.'s initials in the lower left. Don't know who any of the other boys and girls might be. It might be back to me in time for festival season. It is a good guitar and deserves to be played. Here be a link to S.L. Mossman's wiki article.