Huss and Dalton Guitar Company, Inc. took root in the fertile soil of the Shenandoah Valley, late in the summer of 1995, when Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton's friendship and mutual interests inspired them to envision eminently playable, resonant, and attractive guitars that were true to their sense of aesthetics and tone.
The D-RH is a dreadnought brought up to date with a radiused top and the red spruce bracing found in all H&Ds. The radiused top brings a boost to the mid-range for a more balanced tonal palette. It was clearly designed with the bluegrass picker in mind, but with enough dynamic range to be enjoyed by the finger-stylist who requires a big voice in his instrument. Indian rosewood back and sides with a Sitka spruce top are standard. The elegance of curly maple binding and fine herringbone top purfling belies the D-RH's willingness to rip it up on stage.
This guitar is used but in really nice condition. There is a small amount of bucklerash to the rear but nothing unusual for a used guitar. Complete with tweed hard case.