Stellas aren’t supposed to sound this good! Here we have a 1960s Harmony made Stella parlor acoustic that has been completely overhauled and converted by the Folks over at Baxendale Conversions! If you’re not familiar with Baxendale, you should be! They turn old poor playing and sounding acoustic guitars into world class instruments through their conversion process. This Stella has been completely re-braced with hand carved Adirondack spruce! Scalloped forward shifted X-braced pattern similar to a pre-war Martin. New rosewood bridge, bone nut, bone saddle, new tuners, neck re-set, pearloid dot inlays, fingerboard radiused and re-fretted! This is an incredible little guitar. Comes with a chip-board case.
Model: Converted Stella
Case: Chip-board case.
Weight: 3 pounds 7 ounces.
Condition: Overall in excellent, converted condition.
Modifications: Totally overhauled and upgraded. Read entire description.
Comments: World class tone from a Baxendale-converted vintage Stella.