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2011 Eastman E10P Steel String Guitar SOLD

Price: CDN $925
US Price: US $736.64
*US dollar exchange varies daily
Class: Used
S/N: 110915998, built during 2011
The Eastman E10P - the P stands for Parlor - is becoming one of the most popular models for Eastmans. The Parlor size is compact and comfortable, but is also well balanced tonally. The original purpose of the design was for a stand-alone instrument, and it does this quite well. It lacks the raw power and bass response of jumbos and dreadnoughts, which were designed to work in ensembles that might often include banjos but instead, it offers the possibility of nuance and detail.

The Eastman E10P is built with mahogany back, sides and neck, adirondack spruce top, and ebony for the fingerboard and bridge. The scale length is 24.9 inch and the nut width is 1 13/16 inch. The nut and saddle are bone. The neck joins the body at the twelfth fret, which moves the bridge closer to the vibrating center of the top. The slotted peghead is a nice reference to the original design specs of these guitars.

This used Eastman E10P is in good condition with a few small marks here and there and some moderate fret wear. A Greven pickguard, designed to look and feel like the faux tortoise pickguards of the 20's and 30's, has been installed. The original case is included.

Read more about the Eastman E10P at the Eastman Strings website!

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