|Serial Number||170840; Built and signed by Linda Manzer in 1980 in Toronto, Canada.|
|Pricing||$14,999.00 CAD including case. SOLD|
|Neck||Mahogany neck and ebony fingerboard, bound with grained ivoroid. Indian rosewood headplate with pictorial engraved moon goddess inlay, in mother of pearl, abalone, ivory, mahogany and maple. There are two spots of green bleed-through, possibly from a case, on the treble side of the neck near the 10th fret.|
|Frets||Minor wear on the original frets, to the 5th fret.|
|Body||Body derived from the L-design, with venetian cutaway; Indian Rosewood back and sides with spruce top; rosewood binding and black-white purfling around the top and back. Rosette features an abalone ring. Ebony bridge.|
|Finish||Gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish in good shape.|
|Hardware/electronics||Under-top contact pickup installed with endpin jack. Grover Imperial gold tuners.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very well and cleanly at a normal action height, with plenty of saddle exposed.|
|Comments||This is a lovely guitar by Linda Manzer, built in 1980 in Toronto. It’s been played – as it should be! – and is in good shape. It speaks very well with clear, articulated trebles and a full yet not overwhelming bass. The inlay is very well executed, and all around this is a wonderful instrument.|
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