Pricing + Options

Prices for all models of Wilborn guitars start at $6,000


  • East Indian Rosewood or Honduras Mahogany back and sides
  • Sitka Spruce or Red Cedar top
  • Honduras Mahogany neck
  • Comfortable Contemporary C neck profile
  • Player's sideport in upper bout
  • Ebony bound neck and headstock
  • Ebony headplate, fingerboard and bridge
  • Ebony rear head plate with volute
  • Bone nut and saddle
  • Waverly nickel tuners
  • Curly Maple, Ebony or Rosewood bindings
  • Single line abalone or fine herringbone rosette
  • Wilborn diamond emblem in headstock and rosette
  • Nitrocellulose lacquer gloss finish
  • Complementary wood or clear pick guard, if desired
  • Vicesnut Active Flight Case or Ameritage Custom Case

  • Cocobolo: $350
  • Ziricote: $450
  • Figured Koa: $600 and up
  • Honduras Rosewood: $350
  • 1937 Havana Cuban Mahogany: $400
  • Adirondack (Red) spruce: $400
  • Engelmann Spruce top: $100 and up
  • Lutz Spruce top: $100 and up
  • Tunnel 14 Redwood: $500
  • Brazilian Rosewood with CITES documents: $2500
  • Other woods: Please ask
  • Custom bindings/purfling: Please ask
  • Multiscale fingerboard: $1000
  • Binding around heel: $100
  • Abalone purfling, top: $750
  • Abalone purfling, fingerboard and headstock: $300
  • Florentine cutaway: $600
  • Double sides: $600
  • Nomex double top: $1500
  • Arm bevel: $750
  • Back bevel: $750
  • French polish: $350
  • Special tuners: Please ask
  • Baggs Anthem pickup: $450
  • K and K Mini pickup: $250

Ordering, Payment, Guarantee and Production Times

All orders must be guaranteed by a $1,000 non-refundable deposit. This ensures a spot in the production schedule, at which point a date of completion will be given. Payment in full is due upon completion and before shipping. Shipping and handling fees will be charged to the customer. The customer will have a one week period in which to return the instrument, if it is not deemed satisfactory, for a full refund minus the deposit.


I guarantee my instruments against defects in craftsmanship for a period of 5 years from date of purchase.