We are proud to be one of the few authorized dealers for Webber Guitars and David's only dealer east of the Mississippi. Hand-crafted in Canada, from the choicest tone woods, they are a very special addition to our selection of fine acoustics.
David Webber's guitars represent exceptional value. You might expect to pay thousands more for instruments built to his exacting standards.
David builds eight body styles with a wide choice of woods and options. There is a Webber guitar for every player's needs. You can learn more about David Webber and his guitars at the Webber Guitars web site.
David builds only about ten guitars each month, so it's hard to keep a large inventory. In addition to our on-hand stock shown below, we usually have several instruments on order. We'll update this page regularly as new instruments arrive.
As of November 9, 2013 we have two David Webber instruments in stock.
PLUS - we are happy to announce that we have another David Webber custom guitar on order. This one will be a OO-size instrument featuring flamed mahogany sides and back, a cedar top, and walnut trim. If you want us to contact you when it arrives please call Zach or use our Ask Us! page.
Of course, we would also be pleased to have David build an instrument to your specifications.
Click on a model or just scroll down to see descriptions and photos of each instrument.
To give you an idea of the range of David Webber's designs and the exceptional level of his craftmanship, we present a few additional instruments that are now in the hands of our customers:
- Cocobolo Dreadnaught
- OO Custom in Quilted Mahogany
- Cocobolo Roundbody
- Maple/Cedar Roundbody
- Cocobolo OM
- Fiddleback Mahogany OM
- Roundbody Soft Cutaway
- OO Sunburst
- Custom Cocobolo/Koa Roundbody
- Spalted Flame Maple Roundbody Soft Cutaway
- OM Custom Koa
This guitar had been on order with David for months. And when it came in earlier this month, it sold within days. It's not hard to see why!
The back and sides are mahogany with a beautiful quilted grain pattern. The top is Sitka spruce with "bearclaw" markings. The trim is walnut, which provides an understated contrast to the mahogany back and sides.
Players appreciate David's OO guitars for their distinctive voice - clearly the voice of a smaller-bodied guitar, but with a depth to its sound that brings to mind larger-bodied instruments.
Our newest David Webber Roundbody features flamed maple back and sides and a chocolate-colored cedar top. The maple back is especially pretty, with a wavy grain pattern that glistens as you turn it back and forth in the light. The koa binding contrasts nicely with the maple, and Gotoh 510 black-chrome tuners add a touch of elegance.
David's roundbodies are always easy to play and have excellent sound projection. We are particularly pleased with the cedar/maple wood pairing - it delivers the clarity of maple but with the mellow warmth of cedar.
Another fine guitar from David Webber!
David's OM-size guitars are known for their balanced tone from low to high. This rosewood/Engelmann combination is no exception. It has plenty of volume and all six strings can be heard clearly with consistent volume and presence.
The light-colored maple binding really stands out against the dark rosewood back and sides.
The OM size is comfortable to play and the soft cutaway allows easy access to the upper register. Strummed or finger-picked, this guitar will handle it all and deliver a distinctive sound - an excellent choice for the solo performer or studio musician.
In a first for The Minor Chord, we commissioned a trio of custom Webber instruments in similar woods - hand-selected cocobolo backs/sides and Engelmann spruce tops. The binding and rosette on each is koa. The ebony fingerboards are marked with David Webber's trademark discreet open-circle inlays.
David's cocobolo guitars are some of the best-sounding acoustics we carry. They have huge sound volume, a very clear bass register, and strong mid-range and treble. Customers tell us that these instruments have a nicely balanced sound.
This Dreadnaught is an exceptional guitar from an exceptional builder. Right out of the box, it has a big sound that will only get better with age. It will handle energetic flatpicking but can be subtle and subdued as well. Its sound can go from a bassy warm tone to biting trebel depending on how it is played.
This instrument may well be the best value for the dollar in our store!
Cocobolo OM SOLD
Here is the OM. This instrument has astonishing sound for its size, and we think the book matched cocobolo panels on the back are the most striking of the three cocobolo instruments.
Cocobolo Roundbody SOLD
And here is the same cocobolo/Engelmann wood combination in a Roundbody, the signature David Webber body style. David's Roundbody instruments are our most popular models because of their easy playability. The sound seems to jump right out of the guitar.
Like the Dreadnaught, this custom wood combination yields a big sound and impressive clarity. Where the Dreadnaught has a bit more bass, the Roundbody has more focus on the midrange and treble ranges.
If you are looking for an exceptional one-of-a-kind guitar from a respected builder, please don't wait. This instrument will not be in the store for very long!
David Webber's signature Roundbody designs have been very popular here at The Minor Chord. They have excellent tonal projection and are effortless to play.
This latest Roundbody features flame maple back, sides and headstock faceplate. It has a cedar top, giving this instrument a warmer and deeper tone than Englemann spruce. But this is not just any cedar - it has a striking deep chocolate hue that must be seen to be appreciated. The faceplate of the headstock is flame maple as well.
Our new Orchestra model guitar is constructed from some very special wood. The back and sides are fiddleback mahogany with a grain pattern reminiscent of an heirloom violin. The top is Englemenn spruce.
The guitar is bound in cocobolo on the body and the sides of the neck, which produces a subtle and rich contrast to the fiddleback mahogany. The rosette is cocobolo as well.
This guitar demonstrated awesome warmth from the very first time we played it but still maintains a nice balance between bass and treble tones. If mahogany is your sound... this guitar has it in spades!
We had this beautiful OO-size instrument on order with David for several months and were excited when it finally arrived. The smaller body, short scale neck (25 inches) and 1-3/4 inch nut make it perfect for the smaller player. This instrument has the standard 14 frets from nut to body. Mahogany back and sides, an Engelmann spruce top, and cocobolo binding with contrasting inlaid purfling.
The top has a truly striking dark sunburst. The mahogany sides and back are in a warm natural finish, subtly shaded to emphasize the sunburst theme and accentuate the curves between the upper and lower bouts. The tuners are solid black with ebony buttons.
This instrument was custom-built to our specifications. Solid koa top, back and sides with dramatic figuring. Cocobolo rosette, cocobolo binding, and a matching koa headplate. 1-3/4 inch nut.
Koa typically gives a bright sound, but this particular instrument has an incredibly warm, rich tone. The guitar is particularly effective with complex harmonies, altered chords, and harmonics that give the instrument a chance to resonate.
David Webber's signature Roundbody designs have been very popular here at The Minor Chord.
This David Webber Roundbody was custom-built to our specifications. Its back and sides are cocobolo with koa binding and a one-inch stripe of koa inserted into the center of the back. The top is Engelmann spruce. The headstock is cocobolo as well with an inlay of koa. The fingerboard is ebony, again with koa binding. David's cocobolo instruments produce a lot of volume with rich, complex tone and this instrument is no exception.
This Roundbody Soft Cutaway is constructed of some very unusual woods. The back and sides are of spalted flame maple for a striking figure. The top is Englemann spruce reaction wood. (Reaction wood is taken from a portion of the tree that is under weight-bearing stress. The tree responds by building extra-strong wood that makes a superior guitar soundboard.)
The unique appearance of this instrument speaks for itself.
The Roundbody Cutaway is an original Webber design built to the same specifications as the standard Roundbody but with the soft cutaway for easier access to the higher register. The cutaway version has the same crisp response as the standard Roundbody making a very playable guitar with a sound that seems to jump out of the instrument.
This particular instrument has Indian rosewood back and sides and an Englemann spruce top with a subtle flame-like figure. The maple binding adds a crisp contrasting touch. The fingerboard and bridge are ebony. Ebony-finish tuning machines complete the elegant look.
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