Body: The PCH2-D Classic Rosewood features a dreadnought body shape, which is known for its powerful and balanced sound projection. It offers a deep and resonant tone with a strong low-end response.Top: The top of the PCH2-D Classic Rosewood is made of solid Sitka spruce, a popular tonewood known for its versatility and responsiveness. Sitka spruce provides a well-balanced tone with a dynamic range and clear articulation.

Back and Sides: The back and sides of the guitar are crafted from laminate rosewood. Rosewood is highly regarded for its warm and rich tonal properties, contributing to a full-bodied sound with enhanced midrange presence.

Neck: The neck of the PCH2-D Classic Rosewood is typically made of mahogany, offering a comfortable playing experience with a familiar feel. It is designed with a C-shaped profile, allowing for ease of playability.

Fingerboard and Bridge: The fingerboard and bridge are commonly made of rosewood, matching the back and sides of the guitar. Rosewood provides a smooth playing surface and adds to the overall aesthetic appeal of the instrument.

Aesthetics: The PCH2-D Classic Rosewood features a natural gloss finish, highlighting the wood's natural beauty. It often has simple and elegant appointments, allowing the focus to remain on the tone and craftsmanship.

Sound: The combination of a solid Sitka spruce top and rosewood back and sides produces a balanced and versatile sound. It offers a warm and resonant tone with a strong low-end presence, along with clear and articulate highs.

Value: The PCH2-D Classic Rosewood is part of Eastman's Pacific Coast Highway series, which aims to provide high-quality guitars at an accessible price point. It offers a combination of quality craftsmanship, tonal excellence, and affordabilit

These Photos are of the Actual Guitar.

  • Neck Material:Okoume
  • Fingerboard:Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Radius:12"
  • Neck Profile:Traditional Even "C"
  • Nut:Bone 1.72" (44mm)
  • Fretwire:20 Jescar-FW43080
  • Scale Length:25.4"
  • Body Dimensions:16" x 4-23/32"
  • Bracings:X-Braced
  • Body Top:Solid Thermo-Cure Sitka Spruce
  • Body Back/Sides:Laminated Rosewood
  • Bridge/Saddle:Rosewood/Bone, 2 5/32" Spacing
  • Rosette:Abalone
  • Truss Rod:Dual Acting
  • Binding:Top and Back
  • Binding Material:Black Plastic
  • Logo:Maple Headstock
  • Inlay:Pearl Dots
  • Side Dot Color:White
  • Bridge Pins:White Plastic w/black dots
  • Body Top Finish:Truetone Gloss
  • Neck/Headstock Finish:Truetone Satin
  • Hardware Color:Nickel
  • Pickguard:Black
  • Tuners:Pingwell RM 1171-CVR 3+3
  • Strings:D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze .012 -.053
  • Action Height:12th fret 3/32" on the bass side and 2/32" on the treble side
  • Case:Padded Eastman gigbag
  • Truss Rod Wrench:4mm


The primary function of the RM 1171-CVR 3+3 machine heads is to allow for precise tuning adjustments of the guitar strings. They provide smooth and stable tuning, allowing the player to achieve accurate pitch and maintain tuning stability during play.


Sitka spruce is a popular tonewood for guitar tops because of its strength, flexibility, and ability to produce a bright and articulate sound. When used as a solid top, Sitka spruce produces a tone that is clear, balanced, and responsive to a wide range of playing styles. Additionally, solid top guitars are generally considered to be of higher quality than guitars with laminate tops, as they allow for greater resonance and projection of sound.


Rosewood is highly regarded for its tonal qualities, providing a warm and rich sound with enhanced resonance and depth. It is often sought after for its ability to produce a balanced tonal response, with pronounced low-end frequencies and a pleasing midrange presence.


Rosewood fingerboards are often favored for their tonal qualities. They tend to produce warm and well-rounded tones with a strong emphasis on the midrange frequencies. Rosewood can enhance the sustain and resonance of the guitar, adding depth and richness to the overall sound.


The combination of a rosewood bridge and a bone saddle can enhance the tonal characteristics of an acoustic guitar. Rosewood contributes warmth and depth to the overall sound, while bone helps transmit vibrations efficiently and accurately. This combination can result in a well-balanced and articulate tone.

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