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Serial # 866 A particularly attractive cut-away mahogany and spruce Morgan Concert. The guitar is in wonderful condition and shows very little play-time or finish wear.

Morgan Guitars are hand-built in British Columbia by David Iannone, Jean Larrivée’s last formal apprentice, and bear cosmetic similarities to the latter’s guitars. The Concert is analogous to Larrivée’s L body, but features more highly refined construction details and trim, and a lighter build – resulting in a guitar with better developed complexity of tone and bass response than its mass-produced cousin.

This example features Morgan’s trademark blue purfling lines and koa bindings, all carefully mitered. The cut-away is flawlessly executed, with a thin gloss finished perfectly applied. Ebony bridge and bound fingerboard, pearl headstock inlay and rosette, and tusq nut and compensated saddle. The guitar’s neck has a comfortable D-carve, 25.5” scale, and a nut width of 1-3/4”.

Set-up by us, the guitar plays easily and cleanly.

With original hardshell case.

Shipping into the USA?

Sending this guitar to a US address is easy to do, and there are no import fees, taxes, or duties to pay when it arrives. We take care of everything involved in shipping – all you have to do unpackage the instrument when it arrives and play!

Questions? Email us anytime, or call us toll-free at 1-855-772-0424.

We are located in Canada. US prices are approximate. Please contact us for current US pricing.

Year Condition Case
2011 Excellent Hard


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