|Comments|| Once again we have on display a David Wren cutaway guitar from the late 1980′s. This fine instrument shows all the incredible skill and attention to detail characteristic of all Wren instruments.
This 1989 David Wren Cutaway Acoustic is in great visual and playing condition, with a lovely peacock inlay on the headstock.
Not only does it look good, but it sounds great. It’s been played in, and has really opened up to a full, rich, sweetly balanced tone.
|Serial Number||8906182, built during 1989 at David Wren’s shop in Toronto, Ontario.|
|Pricing||$3,295.00 CAD with hardshell case. NO LONGER AVAILABLE|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with ebony-bound ebony fingerboard, Wren inlay at 5th fret; stylized bird inlay on ebony headplate.|
|Frets||Moderate fret wear to the 5th fret but the guitar plays cleanly.|
|Body||Wren Concert Cutaway body with Sitka Spruce top, Indian rosewood back and sides, ebony bridge. Satinwood binding. Abalone rosette. There is a repaired and stable crack on the top near the bass side fingerboard cutaway.|
|Finish||Original gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish in good condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gold Schaller tuning gears, bone nut and saddle, pickup installed with battery on neck block.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very well!|
|Case||Black hardshell arch-top Yamaha case included.|
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