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This guitar is in very good all original condition and comes with the original hardshell case. It's very light, because it's fully hollow, and the 16 inch wide body is very comfortable.
This design significantly predates efforts like those of James Trussart, but does not have the finish effects Trussart is well known for. It is a steel body, with a shape rather like an ES-137, with a walnut neck and rosewood fingerboard (possibly Brazilian), brass nut and abalone dot position markers. On the rear of the head, there's an extra metal plate. Long ago, there was a plate like this commercially available under the name 'Fathead', intended to increase sustain and brightness. The tuners are Grover Roto-Matics, the pickups are Lollar humbuckers. The controls use a standard wiring layout. A leather gig bag is included.
This unusual guitar is in very good condition and plays well.
Jason Kiefte is Douglas Harrison's nephew, and this bass was built in the Harrison shop under Doug's supervision. The design is a good adaptation of the GB design (originally built for the late jazz guitarist Gary Benson), and brings out its strong points, including a warm, rich tone with plenty of brightness, resonance, clarity and tonal separation. It is also fairly light and well-balanced.
The Kiefte Custom is built with a bookmatched flame maple top on a semi-hollow, almost chambered two-piece mahogany back. The neck is 3-piece mahogany, graphite reinforced, with an ebony fingerboard and mother of pearl dot position markers and stainless steel frets and HipShot tuners. The pickup is a custom Double J model, with series / paralell options available on the tone control. The tailpiece and bridge are custom-made of ebony. A gig bag is included.
This is a very interesting, practical design and I expect we will see more of them in the future.
This 'Silverface' example dates to 1969 and has been used as intended, so it's got some scuffing and the grillecloth has suffered a bit. The transformers date to 1968 and 1969, and it has been recently serviced so it's in good working order. Its footswitch is included.
This fabulous guitar is in good condition with a small, repaired crack by the bass side fingerboard tag. It has a huge sound with all the sparkle and presence of a well-played Martin. It dates to 2007 and the original hardshell case is included.
The Heritage H-550 single-cutaway body is a full 17 inches wide, and built with laminated flame maple for stability and feedback rejection at volume. The neck is mahogany with a bound ebony fingerboard and mother of pearl split-block inlays. For electronics, the original Lollars have been replaced with Klein humbuckers. The original Heritage tailpiece is in the case, replaced by a Gibson copy. There's a plastic replacement for the maple pickguard in the case. The bridge is a stock TonePros tune-o-matic model.
This guitar dates to 2013 and is in very nice conditions. Wear is minor and there are no serious marks or dents. The original black arched-top hardshell case is included.
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This example of the Kenny Hill Torres 1856 guitar was built during 2006 in Felton, California. It features an Englemann Spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back, sides headplate and bridge, mahogany neck with an ebony fingerboard. Rubner tuners are installed, and the finish is French Polish.
The scale length on this guitar is 630mm, and the nut width 51mm.
Overall this guitar is in very good condition. Because French Polish offers relatively little physical protection (particularly compared to modern poly finishes, which offer considerably degraded acoustic performance) there is some light marking on the top as normal play and use wear. The guitar comes with an arched-top, hard shell TKL case.
Using the familiar double-cutaway Country Gent body design, the Player's Edition gets new ML bracing, real F-holes, and a 22-fret neck with a shortend heel allowing full access to the 15th fret. Of course, it has a Bigsby, but this version has a string-through string bar - no more wrestling with little pins when changing strings. And at the other end of the string, it's got gold-plated Gotoh locking tuners. Filter 'Tron pickups and a gold-plated rocking bar bridge, and a set of locking strap pins round out the hardware.
This guitar is new, and comes with full warranty and all the case candy.
This Gibson Songwriter Custom was built during 2015 and is in very good condition with just the slightest wear. It has been played and there's very light fretwear, but this also means that the sound is opening up. The original hardshell case is included.