Description

Offered for sale:

Used c1958 Goya G10 classical guitar serial number 123649. "Made by A.B. Herman Carlson Levin, Gothenburg, Sweden."

This guitar is in fair condition, there are marks and nicks abounding, the top has cracks that have been repaired and the upper bout treble side has significant crack repairs. All repairs were done professionally and are stable.

Goya guitars were handmade in Sweden with all solid wood construction. The G-10 models have solid spruce tops over solid birch back and sides. The bridge and fretboard are rosewood and the neck is mahogany. Many of the steel-string Levin-made Goyas feature bolt-on necks, however the classicals have dovetailed joints. These guitars are a quality yet simple build, of note the Levin/Goya classicals utilize aluminum-reinforced necks which are thin and very playable compared to your average classical.

This guitar has a very focused tone, clear with good bass response. Much more depth and nuances that similarly price Pacific Rim instruments.

The G-10 is an interesting, well-made European classical for a very reasonable price.

Case not included. Cases and gig bags available separately.

“We carefully inspect every instrument when we buy it and bring it up to our standards before we offer it for sale. We also do a full set up before we ship. If you decide to purchase this guitar, please let us know what gauge strings you prefer.”

GUITAR SPECS:

Scale length: 24.5

Nut width: 2"

String spacing at nut: 1 3/4"

String spacing at bridge: 2 3/16"

Body length: 18 1/4"

Lower bout width: 14"

Waist width: 9 3/8"

Upper bout width: 10 3/4"

Side depth at endpin: 3 7/8"

Top wood: Solid spruce (European)

Back/sides wood: Solid birch

Neck wood: Mahogany

Bracing type: Light fan

Fretboard: Rosewood

Bridge: Rosewood

Neck feel: Slim-medium D shape, flat board

Weight: 3 lbs.

*Please note: we do our best giving descriptions of used pieces. We have found it impossible to describe every mark on an instrument or amp that is not in the "mint" category. Also, what's important to you may not be important to someone else. For example, you may say, "I don't care what it looks like as long as it plays or sounds well." Another person may say, "Body cosmetics are very important to me so tell me about every scratch, nick and blemish." So, please ask the questions that are most important to you. If you ask they will be answered. They are free and there's no limit. Additional photos can also be made available.

This is a specific item that is also being offered for sale in our brick & mortar location. It is possible that it has just been sold. Please ask if it is still available before purchasing.

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Imperial Guitar & Soundworks

Imperial Guitar & Soundworks

~1958
Goya
Fair
Natural
24 Years
$375
Imperial Guitar & Soundworks
New Paltz, NY
1:08 AM
10:00 am - 6:00 pm Tues. - Fri. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat. Mondays by appointment only

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All shipments made by us are fully insured. Also, all new products are fully covered by the manufacturer's warranty and used gear usually carries our 30 day mail order warranty. Most stringed instruments sold by IGS are shipped UPS Ground service for $50.00 to $100.00 for the 48 Contiguous states. (Overnight Red Label is also available). Please call on each item. GUITAR FREIGHT (Foreign) We ship instruments world wide. Our shipping department prides itself in its ability to safely deliver guitars anywhere in the world. We use Fex Ex Great Rates service, wherever possible. You are responsible for any import duties, V.A.T., etc. on delivery. It is advisable to consult with your local customs office.

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