1979 Oskar Graf Classical (consignment) SOLD

Comments Here we have another fine instrument from the Clarendon, Ontario shop of Oskar Graf.

This 1979 Oskar Graf classical has all the standard features – Indian rosewood and figured spruce top with 7-bar fan bracing, mahogany neck and ebony fingerboard. It’s been played over the last three decades and has opened up to produce a lovely, full, warm tone with lots of projection. It has a few marks from use over the years, but structurally there are no problems at all. It’s a wonderful instrument with great response.

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Serial Number No serial number, but signed Oskar Graf and dated 1979; built at the Graf’s shop in Clarendon, Ontario.
Pricing $2,400.00 CAD with case.
Neck Mahogany neck with ebony-bound ebony fingerboard. The neck joint is made in the Spanish style, meaning that the heel is slotted to accept the sides. 650mm scale length, 52mm nut width
Frets Original frets with no appreciable wear.
Body Influenced by the Hauser style, the body is built with Indian rosewood back and sides, and a bearclaw spruce top. Seven-bar fan bracing is used on the top and solid linings throughout. Rosewood is also used for the binding and bridge.
Finish Original gloss lacquer finish in good shape, though there are some dings on the top.
Hardware/electronics Original hardware – hand-shaped bone nut and saddle, Schaller tuners with gold plates and pearloid buttons/
Playability/Action Plays well, with a well-developed tone.
Case Black hardshell case included.

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