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Body: Spruce top with birdseye maple back and sides
Neck: Maple neck with a medium-thin “C” profile, wide nut, painted maple fretboard, flat radius, and dot inlays
Pickups/Hardware: Original tuners, no electronics
Cosmetic Condition: Other than the three repaired cracks along the top side, and a few dings, dents and scratches, this piece of history is looking great. The back and sides have one repaired crack, and moderate wear in the form of dings, scuffs and scratches, but overall is in good shape. The neck is still relatively glossy, though there are a few blemishes along the middle. The fingerboard has a few finger wear marks through the third fret. There are a few dings and chips along the headstock, as well as dark dapplings along the tuning keys, but it is relatively clean for it’s age. This parlor is ready to mingle!
Playability: The strings are set up nicely with low action at the first couple of frets, though there is a severe back bow.
Modifications/Repairs: There are three repaired cracks on the top and one on the back.
Weight: 2lbs 6oz
Case: Non-original hardshell case
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