Description

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2010 Sobell New World Guitar

  • Beautiful Brazilian Rosewood back & sides with a rainbow of colors
  • 3 piece back with Maple dividing strips
  • Bearclaw German Spruce top 
  • Solid Wenge neck with soft V profile
  • 25.3" Scale length
  • Abalone dot fret markers on the Ebony fretboard
  • Bird's foot purfling forms the rosette & encircles the top
  • Black/Red/Black side, back, & endgraft purflings
  • Maple body bindings & end graft
  • Ebony, split saddle bridge
  • Bone nut & saddle
  • Brazilian rosewood headstock faceplate
  • Gold Gotoh 510 tuning machines with Ebonoid buttons
  • One of England's finest luthiers, rumor has it that this was Stefan's personal guitar for awhile (and we all know what THAT means!)
  • The sound is powerful and true, clear as a bell
  • Near Mint condition
  • Calton flight case
  • Year Condition Color Case
    2010 Near Mint Brazilian Rosewood Original Hard

    $15,000

    Guitar Gallery
    Robin Weber
    615-672-7733
    Online Only
    5:11 PM
    Available M-F (10-4:00) CST. Please call to schedule your in store visit in advance, so we are sure to be here for you. Or chat with us at 615-672-7733 or email Robin@guitargal.com.

    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 1/4% 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.