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    Custom 16" Archtop guitar - $999 FEDEX ground shipping included!

    Patterned after a late 20's early 30's Gibson L4 archtop guitar. Condition is a conservatively rated 9.5 out of 10. Hardly played.

    Carved from all solid woods. Nitrocelluose finish. No laminates, no poly.

    1 3/4 neck - 24 3/4 scale

    X bracing. Oval sound port. Solid spruce top, Maple back and sides. Mahogany neck. Ebony fretboard. Ebony bridge. Ebony pick guard.

    Kluson brass tailpiece, Gotoh brass tuners.

    Price includes a 16" TKL case. Includes FedGround shipping in CONUS.

    NO TRADES, sorry.

    The price is FIRM. I'm paying shipping. If you choose to pay via paypal you pay the paypal fee.

    This guitar is worth TWICE what I'm asking for it. But I've only owned a few, so don't hold me to that



















    John Coltrane has been sort of a god to me. Seems like, he didn't get the inspiration out of other musicians. He had it. - Wes Montgomery

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    John Coltrane has been sort of a god to me. Seems like, he didn't get the inspiration out of other musicians. He had it. - Wes Montgomery

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    John Coltrane has been sort of a god to me. Seems like, he didn't get the inspiration out of other musicians. He had it. - Wes Montgomery

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
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    Beaufort, S.C.
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    I just love the color of the finish on your guitar!

    And the back has what almost looks like tiger stripes - very striking.

    The looks alone should sell your guitar quickly!

    Regards,
    Steven Herron
    College Level Jazz Guitar Course

  5. #5
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    Baja Baja Oklahoma
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    Maybe it should, but it hasn't. He's been trying to sell it for months. Sometimes it's hard to move an instrument that's a little different. I thought about it, but the body is deeper than I'm comfortable with these days. 2.5" is past the limit for me. But it would work for someone, I'm sure.

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    SC, GA, NJ, CA
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    Where are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candido View Post
    Where are you?
    Seattle area
    John Coltrane has been sort of a god to me. Seems like, he didn't get the inspiration out of other musicians. He had it. - Wes Montgomery

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    still here
    John Coltrane has been sort of a god to me. Seems like, he didn't get the inspiration out of other musicians. He had it. - Wes Montgomery

  9. #9
    Gorgeous! I have a weak spot for "ovals". Surprised this hasn't sold! Not "in the market" otherwise would have been interested. Good luck on the sale.

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