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Body: Spruce top with mahogany back and sides
Neck: Mahogany neck with a “V” profile, 1 3/16” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, concave radius, and dot inlays
Pickups/Hardware: Grover banjo-style tuners, no electronics
Cosmetic Condition: This 1929 tenor is incredible! The top has plenty of play wear, as to be expected from an instrument of this time period, as well as a repaired crack that splits a doweled hole near the neck. The back and sides are very similarly worn, with a repaired crack along the lower bout, but overall are holding up nicely. The neck feels nice and smooth, with only minor inconsistencies, while the headstock shows a few finish chips and a bit of edge wear. This tenor is bursting with character!
Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board.
Modifications/Repairs: There is a repaired crack on the face, and also on the back. There are three doweled holes, most likely from a previously installed pickguard.
Weight: 2lbs 5oz
Case: Non-original hardshell
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