This used P.W. Crump I-GC is the product of combining an extra octave mandolin neck without a body and a parlor-style guitar body without a neck - together they transformed into an incredibly versatile and cool guitar-bouzouki hybrid. This is suitable for fingerstyle players, as well as crosspickers, who want to add some depth to an ensemble. It's made with extremely curly Koa back and sides and a nice-sounding Spruce top, and has a relatively flat neck profile and an ovaled fingerboard with 21 frets and a custom Columbine wildflower Abalone inlay between the 9th and 15th frets, as well as a complete plant on the headstock. Its other appointments include: black binding throughout; black/white wood nitrate purfling; clear pickguard; and gold tuners with black buttons. Built with X-bracing, this is a great-sounding instrument that's quite uncommon. The top and back woods were selected especially for this hybrid after having been aged 25 - 30 years prior to construction. Here in Very Good condition, it has some minimal playwear as expected from something made in 2000. The bridge has been reglued, as well as a top touch-up near the bridge (see photo). This handmade P.W. Crump I-GC includes a hardshell case. Parlor-style body with Venetian cutaway, Extra Octave Mandolin neck and 8 strings, and black binding X-bracing Spruce top with Mango Burst finish, clear pickguard, black/white wood nitrate purfling, and rosette Curly Koa back and sides with black/white wood nitrate purfling 25 1/2" scale length neck with Flat profile Ovaled Rosewood fingerboard with 21 frets and Abalone Columbine inlay 1 7/32" nut width Pin-style bridge Gold tuners with black buttons Tweed hardshell case included
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