|Comments||Here is a cool Dobro 60D roundneck from 1971. This instrument is not in pristine condition, but could be restored; we’ve decided to leave that for the next owner.
It’s currently set up to work lap-style – with a steel rather than a slide – and in that configuration, it’s very playable and sounds good!
|Serial Number||N/A, but built around 1971.|
|Pricing||$599.99 CAD without case. SOLD|
|NeckMaple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard. Some seam delamination on the back of the neck.|
|Frets||Some wear, but the guitar is set for lap steel style playing so the wear doesn’t matter.|
|Body||Mahogany top, back and sides with Dobro cone, spider, and coverplate.|
|Finish||The original finish was nitrocellulose lacquer, there is a layer of another finish on most of the body. The finish is worn.|
|Hardware/electronics||Largely original, it’s possible the tuners have been replaced; the front of head tuner bushings are missing.|
|Playability/Action||This instrument is currently configured for lap style – the action at the nut is around 1/4″. It would require work, perhaps a neck reset, to successfully reconfigure it for fingerstyle.|
|Case||Cases are available, but not included.|
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