Nicoll Guitar offers, basically, seven models in the "off the rack" line. These instruments are of predetermined sizes and shapes, with some latitude in choices of wood, binding, and bracing patterns.
Wood choices are mahogany, sepele, Indian rosewood, maple, or koa.
Binding choices are: wood; mahogany, sepele, rosewood, maple, or ebony: plastic; white, ivoroid, black, or tortoise.
Bracing patterns are; "X" brace, lattice, hybrid lattice
Although I am excited to discuss any thing you are interested in having built, providing I feel it can be built tonally and structurally sound, these are the basic guitar styles I offer.
1. The Dread.
The basic dreadnaught , with all the qualities you expect from the "battle ship" of guitars, volume, big bass, crystal clear highs
2. The Triple
The smaller "OM" body style, available with either 24.9 or 25.49 scale length.
Twelve frets to the body, 1 3/4" nut or made to order. Built in the tradition of the "back porch blues guitar". Great for the Blues, or finger style pickin'.
4. Arch Top
A serious jazz guitar. Add a Fishman bridge pick up for great acoustic sound , or a Bartolini mag. pick up for jazz and blues, or both, your choice.
Traditional classic body design, lattice braced top of European or Engleman spruce.
6. The Jazz
This is a classical body with a cut away, and nylon strings.
7. The Country Jumbo