Pict Guitars: ‘Dreadnought’


Kurtis Scott’s exhibition piece is a one-of-a-kind guitar featuring beautiful Australian Blackwood with Kurtis’ unique Sitka Spruce bracing pattern. The finish is a stunning oil and shellac combination, leaving a satin sheen and fantastic projection due to the natural open finish. The tone is best described as warm and vibrant with lots of volume and incredible sustain.

Soundboard: Australian Blackwood

Back & Sides: Australian Blackwood

Fingerboard: FSC Ovangkol

Bridge: FSC Ovangkol

Neck: 3 Piece Church Pew Mahogany

Binding: Rocklite Ebano

Bracing: Sitka Spruce

Tuners: Gotoh SG381 Gold with Black Buttons

Nut & Saddle: Bone

Bridge Pins: Ebony with Pearl

Side Dots: Mother of Pearl

Scale Length: 645mm

Fingerboard Radius: 14in

Nut Width: 44mm

Strings: Elixir 12’s


Measurements: (H) 1100mm x (W) 400mm (Not including stand)


Artist Bio

Kurtis started his Luthier’s journey back in January 2019 when he enrolled in the prestigious Lagan Lutherie School, learning under Master Luthier Sam Irwin and at the same time securing a job role with a equally prestigious guitar brand in Northern Ireland. With real passion and dedication, he quickly made his way through various roles in the company while also creating his very first handcrafted guitar. As a passionate musician he knew what he longed for in a guitar, not an instrument that would be kept in its case, but something beautiful that calls to be played.

Stunning tone, beautiful visuals and incredible playability. These are just a few of the words to describe a Pict guitar.