Holy Guacamole! For your consideration a 1950s Stella Sundale in a reverse green burst. Would you just look at that finish! We just cant get enough of these old small body Harmony! Especially when they have these funky finishes. Defiantly a first for us. All original and still in good playing condition.
Specs! 3 to a side brass plate tuners. Ebony nut with a 1.75″ width. Birch neck with a depth of 1″ at the first fret and 1.35″ at the 12th fret. 24″ scale length. Original 18 small frets. Laminate birch body with a super cool reverse green burst. Floating wood bridge with a stamped tail piece. Comes with a soft shell case. Weighs 3 pounds and 6 ounces.
For nearly 70 years old this guitar is great shape! These little parlor guitars have generally ran the gauntlet a few time at this point in their life. This one seems like it’s had a nice easy life. Still in great playing condition. Light wear on the back and front. Would make a really cool addition to any collect. Much more than a wall hanger but would look great hang up in any room. Just fun through in through.
Finish: Reverse green burst.
Case: Comes with a soft shell case.
Weight: 3 pounds and 6 ounces.
Condition: This guitar is in very good condition.
Comments: Super cool rare finish!