Posted By Kevin Ebert,
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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- Year: 1969
- Soundboard: European spruce
- Back and sides: Old growth, straight grain Brazilian Rosewood
- Finish: French Polish
- Tuners: New 2013 Irving Sloane tuners with ultra smooth bearings
- Scale Length: 650mm
- Body style: Papazian standard similar to a Hauser, Romanillos or other smaller body.
- Nut Width: 51mm
- Condition: near mint
- Frets: leveled, re-crowned and in perfect condition
- Sound: rich, dark, old school sound with great sustain and tonal contrast–typical of Papazian’s 1960s guitars.
- Action: set to medium (5/32″ approx 4mm
bass, and 4/32″ approx. 3mm treble at 12th fret). Break angle at bridge
is excellent and action can be raised or lowered if desired.
- Neck: very straight and stable neck.
Playability is great and the neck size is very comfortable and small.
This is a great instrument for someone with small hands–very easy to
- Comes with an older wooden archtop case with grey Brune case bag.
- Price: $6000 shipping included.
- Contact Dean Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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