This solid premium flame Koa parlor guitar has stunning Koa top, back, and sides. This one was built in the factory in Tacoma, Washington and when we spotted it in the owner's office we knew it was special. There is abalone inlay around the 10 ply bound top, on the rosette floral fretboard inlay, and on the Tacoma logo on the headstock. The back of the guitar has five ply binding and both the neck and headstock are single bound. The mahogany neck has an ebony fingerboard with 20 frets. The width at the nut is 1 3/4". Other features include gold Gotoh tuners, an ebony bridge, and a tusk saddle. The guitar weighs 4.8 pounds. Both the model number and the eight digit serial number are written on the paper label inside the guitar. There is a small area on treble side waist of the guitar near the back binding and a narrow area along the binding edge of the side of the headstock that has some clouding of the lacquer caused by separation between the lacquer and the Koa. This is commonly found on Koa Tacoma guitars of this vintage and does not effect the playability. A few tiny dings are on the back of the headstock. The guitar has good treble, nice clarity and a bright, warm balanced tone. Pictures do not begin to do justice to the gorgeous Koa found on this guitar. The PKK40 comes with the original brown Datt hardshell case.
|2000||Brand New||Natural Flame Koa||Original Hard|
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