Vintage 1933 Epiphone Tenor guitar in very good condition. This classic guitar will make a fine addition, 1943 F Hole archtop Epiphone Olympic Tenor Guitar. Make Room For Slash’s Gibson Double Neck Guitar, Fender Takes a Swing with MLB Stratocaster, Composite Acoustics GXi Carbon Fiber Acoustic Guitar Is an All-Around Winner. X- bracing is believed to be better suited for solo, lead, and chord- melody parts, rather than parallel bracing. One spot on the bottom of the guitar where something has reacted with the finish.Includes what appears to be the original case. We recen tly acquired the inventory of a large music store. Key: Prices listed below in bold to the LEFT of the slash are our discount prices for check, money order or bank wire payments. If you want to use another shipper. Why pay the same price OR MORE for a new, lesser quality, terribly boring guitar? 6 Best Archtop Guitar Reviews 2020 – Best Archtop Guitar Brands, Read User Reviews & Check Price On Amazon, 20 Best French Horn Reviews 2020 – Best French Horn Brands, 13 Best Beginner Kalimba Reviews 2020 – Kalimba For Beginners, 16 Best Beginner Trombone Reviews 2020 – Trombone For Beginners, 20 Best Beginner Melodica Reviews 2020 – Melodica For Beginners, 20 Best Beginner Cymbal Reviews 2020 – Cymbal For Beginners, 14 Best Beginner Accordion Reviews 2020 – Accordion For Beginners, 10 Best Beginner French Horn Reviews 2020 – French Horn for Beginners. We do have a couple of small requests to make your Ebay experience pleasant and fun. First one is used for top, sides, back, and neck of the guitar while another one (rosewood) is used for a fingerboard as well as an adjustable bridge. There is no case that comes with the guitar. Has triple stripe faux binding available from 1958 on. Item for Auction: Harmony Tenor Guitar- H-1215T" 1956-1971- Circa: 1956 to 1959(Date stamp blurred) Condition: Overall Good to Very Good Missing original finger rest and mounting bracket. The white faux binding stripe on the outside edge has several small nicks. As you can see from the photos, this guitar is in outstanding condition for an instrument that is nearly 60 years old. It's a handsome beast and light in the hands. This is one of the rare F hole tenors made, and the guitar is in great shape for its age- it plays well and the neck is straight, and is loud. And Waterloo’s recent WL-AT model (reviewed in the September/October 2019 issue) takes its cue from budget 1930s Recording King models. ALL AUCTION PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION CLOSE. Some of the fret board finish is scuffed/removed in this one area. Basses, amplifiers, effects, and pro audio gear coming up. This beautiful guitar plays wonderfully. Will be shipped in an old brown chipboard case that looks cool as well. Carved back. While the L-5 shared some characteristics with previous models, like a 16-inch lower bout and an adjustable bridge (a feature first seen on Gibson mandolins in 1921), it sported some bold new elements: a pair of parallel tone bars for soundboard bracing, f-holes, and an elevated fingerboard. Cause he looked just like Santa, and dressed as him every Christmas. Check my feedback rating and bid with confidence! Double diagonal diamonds fingerboard inlays. In the shop= Setup or restoration in progress. Guitar plays well. I tried to capture all of the scratches, nicks and superficial blemishes. At the other end of the price spectrum, and built in very limited numbers, Collings offers hand-carved archtops like the AT 16 and AT 17, with 16- and 17-inch lower bouts, respectively. Archtop guitars typically have a more barking, metallic sound than their flat-top cousins, which is why they rose to prominence in the big-band era. I have 40 high rez pictures available to send to serious buyers. The deeper sides provide more depth of tone than you might expect and it cuts like a knife in the high mids. no case Condition: needs some work although is seems to play OK. neck is straight. The HIGH BIDDER gets it. There is no checking on the guitar front(or back) what you see on the right lower part of the front is just the grain of the wood. There’s age appropriate nicks and scratches here and there(see pix) Features: Original adjustable floating bridge Grover Sta-Tite Tuners(the tuners that were on it when I purchased it are included; guessing they are original– also two, extra Grovers included) Monkey stick style jazz pick-up made in Japan- likely as old as the guitar; there is no brand name indicated on the pick-up. I got it from the estate of an 80+ year old man known around here as either'Santa' or'Papa Smurf. Someone has simply taken wonderful care of this guitar. It features vintage “V” mahogany neck as well as Grover tuners and adaptable ebony bridge. An acoustic archtop borrows other features from the violin family, including opposite-facing f-holes (though some archtops have more traditional soundholes instead), a floating bridge, and a rear-mounted tailpiece. Black celluloid guardplate. I try to describe them to the best of my abilities. Sold as pictured. The Loar brand is obviously banking on the vintage effect (they even borrowed the name of the man responsible for Gibson’s earliest archtop designs) with its 16” vintage sunburst body and V-profile neck.
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