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Maple parlor guitar (1950)

 It was built in Germany in the mid-1900s, perhaps in the 1930s, since the style of the headstocks points to that date. It was handmade, and is constructed entirely of maple wood (including the top), which is very unusual.

 Perhaps it was built trying to imitate American models for playing blues, such as the parlor stella. It has a very concrete and bright sound with a lot of punch.

 The bridge is made of ebony, and the fingerboard is made of rosewood. The headstock is mechanical, with rivet gears, without screws. Original pasta capo with 0 fret.

It is equipped with a piezo system under the bridge, the jack is on the side

  The bridge pins are original, ebony with bone inlays, The neck is very comfortable and stays straight. It also maintains the original bronze frets in excellent condition, its scale is 62.5 cm,

 It has been completely restored and tuned.  The neck is extremely strong and stands straight. It also maintains the original frets in excellent condition, its scale is 62.5 cm,

 It is perfectly functional and tunes well, plays comfortably, and has a great sound.  All its parts are original and its general condition is  Well.

 It is strung with bronze strings 011/48

 

 

Maple parlor guitar (1950)

295,00 €Price
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