Lower Price. Either you love 'em or you hate 'em. Indulgent to the nth degree-the pimpmobile of 60's electric guitars for sure. 62 was a transitional year for the Falcon. First year for the double cut. This is the "Project-o-Sonic version (6137) which splits the treble and bass sides of the pickups and allows about a zillion tonal combinations, most of which you'll never use. They changed the circuit and the switch configuration in 62 but this is the earlier (and more logical) version. You can simply use a mixdown cable and everything still works-not like a Gibson 345 where the pickups are out of phase. Comes with the original warranty and card and the original cables and splitter box if you want to use two amps. It's a little tricky to figure out but once you do it makes pretty logical sense (I have a cheat sheet). This guitar is unbelievably clean. Virtually no fret wear and the finish is bright white-only the very slightest yellowing on the headstock and the back of the neck. Even the mute pads are original and still working. This is a one owner guitar that was never played out. Bindings are in really good shape with no rot. It looks like the pickup covers were changed. It originally had a Bigsby and now has what looks like a repro Cadillac tailpiece. Neck is w-i-d-e a full 1 3/4" at the nut and just under .85" at the first fret. Not sure why anyone would have spent all that money on a Falcon and never showed it off. This guitar says LOOK AT ME (loudly).

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Charles Gelber
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Kent, CT
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