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Something different, Heritage Archtop Guitar

Posted By tom kitchen, Monday, November 18, 2013

Handbuilt in the old Kalamazoo Gibson plant, the Eagle is the workhorse of the Heritage guitars. This is a classic archtop with X bracing. This guitar comes with its original, highly sought after Rendal Wall pickup in the neck position, the guitar combines elegant simplicity with handsome flamed mahogany throughout.

The guitar has a clear, balanced and focused voice, with the warmth and depth you'd expect from an entirely solid wood mahogany guitar. The action is smooth and low over a gentle D profile neck with excellent original fretwork. The guitar is in excellent condition! No cracks, pick marks, buckle rash, etc. 

Setup: This instrument is strung with medium gauge nickel roundwound strings (.013-.056). The guitar will accommodate lighter or heavier gauge strings, according to preference. String action is set at 5/64" to 6/64" at the 12th fret, with moderate relief. The action may be lowered or raised to your requirements with the adjustable bridge.

Case: Original deluxe arched plush lined hardshell case.

Serial #: S-33402, Kalamazoo label

Body size at lower bout: 17", Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut: 1 11/16" Body depth: 3"

Finish: Dark cherry finish, nitrocellulose lacquer type.

Materials: Solid bookmatched fine grain mahogany top, back, sides and neck; solid rosewood fingerboard; solid bone nut.

Hardware: Original gold hardware includes trapeze tailpiece with logo insert, Grover Rotomatic tuners; compensated adjustable rosewood bridge; adjustable truss rod. Bound tortoise pickguard installed, with gold Rendal Wall pickup in neck position, volume and tone controls, endpin jack.

Price: $2,000, negotiable

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Tags:  $2000  archtop  DC area  jazz guitar 

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