The scale length is 25", the body is 15-3/4" wide.
The nut width is 1-3/4".
The soundboard is Engelmann Spruce.
The back and sides are East Indian Rosewood, as is the fretboard.
The finish is French Polished shellac over polyurethane.
Just as an aside, I'm a big fan of short-scale steel strings. The trend has moved toward 25-1/2"+ lengths in the last decade or so in most of the Asian imports. To my ear they produce a strong fundamental note but it's a little inert. The shorter scale seems to bring out more high partials and. chords sound more interesting. They also have a different feel to them.
The binding is cherry and there's a thin and simple purfling of maple and walnut. There are some wear marks and bruises in the finish, and two cracks (in the finish only), one below the bridge, the other along the bass side of the fretboard. I repaired these eight years ago after the guitar spent some time next to a heating register during the winter months... (Keep your custom guitar in its case and use a soundhole humidifier!!! Grumble.) I think the checks were in the polyurethane I used for the sunburst and it was a little mystifying, because the soundboard itself was undamaged. I put some cleats under the area just to be on the safe side.
How does it sound? My camera isn't excellent, but I made a little video. I think it's held up well. It's fun to play.