All guitars are hand built by David Churchill in a small workshop where temperature and humidity are controlled to suit guitar building. Churchill guitars are available in two shapes and sizes, both of which are of original design: Small body in cutaway or full and Jumbo in cutaway or full, also 12 string 6 String and Lapsteel.
Soundboards are master grade Western Red Cedar from Vancouver Island, Canada. This wood produces warm tones and exceptional bass response which makes these guitars suitable for many styles of playing.
East Indian rosewood which has been air dried in the workshop for ten years or more is used for the back and sides.
The fingerboard and bridge are made of ebony, and mahogany is used for the neck.
The rosette is hand made from thuja burl, birdseye maple and abalone.
Three colours to choose for top purflings and rosette surround, (blue, green or salmon).
The back and side purflings are a single white pin stripe. Body bindings are rosewood.
A two way adjustable truss rod is fitted, accessed from the headstock. This is covered by a handmade plate of pearl and ebony. The guitars are fitted with gold Schaller vintage machine heads with ebony buttons.
Available in high gloss finish only .