|Comments||William Laskin is one of the world’s premiere builders – consistently delivering tonal excellence with incredibly high build quality and spectactular inlay.|
This Indian rosewood classical from 1976 has been used as intended – it’s been played, and it’s got a few marks from its experiences. But then, who doesn’t? It plays very well and speaks clearly with a well developed voice.
Serial NumberN/A, built 1976 in Toronto, Canada.Pricing$3500.00 CAD including case.NeckMahogany neck with unbound ebony fingerboard. ‘L’ inlay at first position, in abalone. Indian Rosewood headplate. 650mm scale length and 53mm nut width.FretsOriginal frets with minor wear.BodySitka Spruce top, Indian Rosewood back and sides. Satinwood binding and multilayer purfling.FinishClear gloss nitrocellulose lacquer, with some finish wear and damage here and there, particularly on the bass side of the neck and a mark on the back. This has been a hard-working instrument!Hardware/electronicsGold tuners with pearlescent buttons, bone nut and saddle.Playability/ActionThis guitar plays very well, as you’d expect from a Laskin.CaseArched hardshell case included.
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