|Serial Number||N/A – built November 1996 in Clarendon, Ontario|
|Pricing||$4200 CDN with Calton case SOLD|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with Indian rosewood headplates front and back, and ebony fingerboard. There’s a position marker on the edge of the fingerboard at the 7th fret. 650mm scale length, 52mm nut width.|
|Frets||No appreciable fret wear.|
|Body||Cedar top and Indian rosewood back and sides. Spruce bracing and traditional slipper-foot neck joint. Rosewood binding with purfling on top and back.|
|Finish||Hand rubbed French polish finish in very good condition. Some small wear marks.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gold tuners with ebony buttons. Bone nut and compensated bone saddle.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very well and the action is currently at 8/64ths treble and 11/64ths bass side.|
|Case||Calton case included.|
|Comments||This is an excellent guitar in very good condition. The tone is full and round. French Polish finishes are quite thin and very unlike the thick polyester or lacquer finishes seen on ‘production’ guitars; this protects the woods but allows them to vibrate freely.
Oskar Graf has been building since 1970 in Clarendon, Ontario and has produced over 400 instruments. Many pro players use his instruments, including the amazing Don Ross.
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