I'm a strummer/picker. Got that out of the way.
This model is discontinued and no longer listed at the maker's website. From clues about other of their similar models and what I see myself I draw the following conclusions about the woods: Standard Dreadnought ("D")body with solid Englemann spruce top, laminate Indian rosewood sides, solid 2 piece back ("10"), maple neck, rosewood bridge and fingerboard. Don't know what the "T" designates
Nut width 1 11/16". Fosalite nut and saddle. 2 way adjustable truss (through sound hole), glass-fiber rail reinforced. Finish is nitro cellulose lacquer. Closed gold tone tuning machines.
Beautiful abalone rosette, "pearl" headstock logo.
I suspect the bridge has been replaced as it does not conform to the distinctive shape used on these models and there are some finish aberrations around it.
I saw the thing in a second hand store and just wanted the hard shell case but the owner wanted to get rid of it so I got a decent price. There is a serious crack bridge-to-end block and the fretboard took a dive into the sound hole causing a hump at the fretboard/body joint. Other than that the neck is good with good relief, action is good, intonation is good with the compensated saddle.
Very good sound balance top to bottom, medium projection and excellent sustain. Tone is neither too bright nor too warm.
I cannot say if the damage is from abuse or design/construction error, I rather suspect the latter about the fretboard problem without drawing a definite conclusion. I have other guitar rebuilding projects right now and haven't gotten to this one yet.