1) Dominelli Double Top:
This has been my top selling guitar since I started making them a few years ago. The soundboard has a nomex core. The inner and outer skins are either cedar, spruce, or a combination. My double tops have amazing playability and great volume. The tonal palette is very traditional, especially when cedar is used as the outside skin. Register is nice and even. Excellent playing dynamics make the double top very sensitive to subtle changes in playing technique.
I regularly make this model in 650, 640, and 630mm scale lenghts.
The 630 scale model has a smaller body to suit the shorter scale length. This 630mm scale guitar has great volume and projection, and amazing playability. A good choice if you want an easier guitar to play than your current long scale guitar, but still want a big sound.
2) Dominelli Lattice Braced Classical:
I've made many, many of these lattice braced classicals. I prefer to use cedar soundboard and rosewood back and sides. Many of my professional clients play the hybrid lattice. They like its ease of playability and it's ability to project well in the concert hall. Excellent in the recording studio too.
3) Dominelli Traditional:
Seven fan Hauser Bracing is my standard for the traditional model, but I have a 5 fan pattern that I use too. The register is very even, and these guitars are nicely balanced with great tone quality.