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2000 Oskar Graf Cutaway Steel String Guitar SOLD

Price: CDN $3500
US Price: US $2787.29
*US dollar exchange varies daily
Class: Used
S/N: 4 / 2000, built during 2000 in Clarendon, Ontario.
Oskar Graf has been building guitars in the Clarendon area, east of Toronto, for decades. Originally trained in Berlin as a cabinetmaker, Graf has shifted his focus to acoustic instruments.

This 2000 Oskar Graf cutaway steel string guitar is a good example of his work. Sharing some characteristics of the classical guitar - especially seen in the wide, 1 7/8 inch nut width, or almost 48mm (standard concert classicals are 52mm).

The guitar is built with a spruce top, Indian rosewood for the back and sides, mahogany for the neck with ebony for the fingerboard and bridge. The headplate is Brazilian rosewood. The cutaway is tapered to follow the heel, so it's very comfortable and unrestricted. The saddle is currently fairly low, with the action at 5.5/64ths inch bass to 5/64ths inch on the treble side. The tuners are gold Schallers with ebony buttons.

This guitar has been played over the last 15 years, so it has some wear, such as pick marks on the top and some dings and scratches. A clear pickguard has been added to the treble side.

A black hardshell case is included.

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