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|Maple back and sides with spruce top and single X-bracing. There is a repaired top crack at the treble shoulder which has been reinforced with an internal cleat, as well as a repaired crack along the treble side of the fingerboard tongue.
|.84" (1st fret), .98" (10th fret)
|Three piece maple neck with lamination strips, bound rosewood fingerboard, split parallelogram inlays, and headstock truss rod adjustment
|The guitar has been fitted with an LR Baggs Anthem pickup system installed, with onboard preamp. The original adjustable saddle has been replaced with a non-adjustable one to accommodate the piezo element.
|The saddle has been replaced; the original is included in the case. An endpin jack has been added, and the bridge has been reglued. The back of the "D" tuner is missing, but this does not affect functionality.
|-The bridge has been reglued
-The saddle has been replaced
-An LR Baggs Anthem system with endpin jack has been installed
-Two repaired top cracks
|Original Hardshell Case
|The guitar shows expected signs of age and use, with nice checking on the glossy finish and an assortment of light scratches, dings, and dents. There is finish wear around the soundhole, as well as a patch of wear on the back of the neck at the 8th fret.
|The guitar plays well with low action and optimal neck relief. The wide frets are low with light play wear. The serial number and construction dates the guitar to 1970.