Description're looking at vintage 12 strings eh? Maybe this one will remind you of the time you couldn't keep your eyes off that gorgeous MILF sitting down at the end of the bar....well, this is that girl again (taking the form of a 12 string). If you let her she can show you some stuff...ride you like a '56 Buick or a '49 hard tail ...this guitar IS for the bump and grind. Manufactured at the R. Neumann Leathers building on Newark Street, Hoboken, New Jersey. Solid and sturdy and built to win a war. All there and all original and sports the cool Chesterfield logo. No funny business with this lady!
Well played in veteran performer with the honest pick rash to prove it. Easy action, clean frets and fretboard and stays in tune!! Sure she has a few scratches but entirely crack free! Got a voice on her like the Hoboken hooker she is, deep and dark with a cigarette rasp and whiskey soaked tone perfect for those nasty blues. Recent neck set by David Hatchard with the proper string break over the new bone saddle. Stunning pro set up suitable for the most accomplished players or professional musicians with comfortable action of 3-2 at the 12th fret. Original Guild badged hard case ( Ess & Ess badge inside). Open the high res photos all the way for inspection. Hoboken Guilds, still the most bang for the buck in 12 strings! See her play, only if you dare....

Year Condition Color Case
1968 Very Good Natural Original Hard


Vintage Licks Guitars
Vintage Licks Guitars
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