This particular instrument was built of Adirondack Spruce and Indian Rosewood. Ebony faceplate, fingerboard and bridge. 
The soundring rosette leaves no end grain (of the spruce top) exposed. Schaller front-locking tuners.
There are subtle differences in No. 1 and 2. Cosmetically, this one has wooden binding with a mitered white line around the body. The fretboard is also trimmed in black-white-black purfling. The word multi-scale is smaller than that used in No. 1 and in a different location. 
It is a very pretty guitar with a wonderful, full sound!