great sounding. Might need a neck rest at some time-low saddle, but plays just great. What follows is a bit of its history from its owner-
"It has a yamaha hard shell case as fitch music did not have the original.
over the years it got cracks in the sides etc. and needed a new bridge. It has lots of finish checking.on the top. around 1987 I dropped of the guitar at the Nazareth factory on the way back from the Philly Folk festival. They replaced the bridge, repaired all the cracks, and installed the latest passive Barcus Berry saddle pickup. this pickup required a split saddle. this is the the pickup currently on the guitar. The only other thing that I had done was that dave used the heat bar to straighten the neck at one time and i also installed new tuners (direct replacement), but i have since reinstalled the old ones when I decided to sell. My opinion is that the only thing it will need in the future is a neck reset. the saddles are about as shaved as they can be.



Very Good
27 Years
Jeff Firestone
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Keene, NH
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