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|Laminated maple back and sides with s solid spruce top
|1st fret: .86", 12th: 1.01"
|One-piece mahogany set neck with a bound Brazilian rosewood board, split-parallelogram inlays pearloid inlays, truss adjustment at the headstock
|There is a repaired center seam crack in the top of the body beneath the trapeze tailpiece
|Original Hard Shell Case
|This L-4 shows only light play wear or blemishes for its age. Moderate finish checking is apparent throughout the body and neck along with various but minor scuffs and dings.
|Currently, set up with 12-gauge phosphor bronze strings, low action, and optimal neck relief. The small frets show minimal play wear.
-- The serial number dates this instrument from 1950.