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Schwartz Advanced Auditorium Guitar (used, 2003)

  • Beautiful Birdseye Maple back & sides
  • Western Red Cedar top on this jumbo size, acoustic guitar
  • Abalone rosette, top trim and around the fretboard extension ("42" style)
  • Clear pickguard
  • Light finish checking on the top especially north of the pickguard
  • We also find a couple small dings in the top, nothing of great note
  • Ebony headstock
  • Gold Gotoh tuning machines 
  • Ebony fretboard with 2 circles at the 12 fret
  • 5 piece laminated neck
  • Macassar Ebony bindings & heelcap
  • Macassar Ebony headstock back plate
  • Ebony bridge
  • Cathedral-like Voice !!
  • Highlander pickup
  • Some information about the rare woods utilized in this build, from the luthier, Sheldon Schwartz:  The Bird's Eye Maple is from a southern Ontario
    tree that was felled in the mid 1860's, cut into boards, put in a barn
    and forgotten about.  The boards were covered with a thick black coating
    of grunge when I got them. The Cedar top is from billets that were
    stored in a barn in British Columbia for 20 years.  I just happened to
    be at the lumber yard on the day the truck carrying them arrived.  That
    was sometime in the early 90's.
  • Condition: Used, Exc ---
  • Frets to body: 14
  • Scale Length: 25.5"
  • Nut width: 1 3/4"
  • Saddle Spacing: 2 1/4"

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Birdseye Maple
Original Hard
27 Years
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Robin Weber
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We accept Visa/Mastercard/American Express/Discover from USA residents and good ol' cash. Personal checks are accepted under the condition that shipment is delayed until the check clears the bank. TN residents add 9 3/4% sales tax.

We ship Fedex ground insured, unless otherwise specified by the buyer. On finer instruments, we insist on overnight shipment for safe handling. Buyer pays shipping unless otherwise agreed upon. International shipments are via FedEx.

Must have prior approval of return. Opened strings are not returnable. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your guitar, simply return it fully insured (with prior authorization) via shipping method we agree upon. When we receive the instrument in the same condition as when we shipped it, you will happily be issued a refund minus all shipping costs.