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Here’s a sweet one! Early Unbranded early 1900s Parlor Acoustic! Brazilian Rosewood back, sides, and headstock veneer. Spruce top and Spanish cedar neck with no truss rod. It sounds amazing, something only aged tone-woods can produce. Pro neck reset, re-glued (possibly replaced) bridge, plastic saddle and a few professionally repaired top cracks. Surprisingly little bow for a guitar with no truss rod, but there is a hump at the 12th fret. There is some buzzing further up the fretboard but plays well as it stands.
Year: Early 1900s.
Model: Brazilian Rosewood Parlor
Serial: N/A.
Finish: Natural.
Case: Modern hard shell "Coffin" case.
Weight: 2 pounds 14 ounces.
Condition: Overall in good condition for its age. Finish checking, play wear through the finish and one spot of binding separation. Pro neck reset, re-glued (possibly replaced) bridge, plastic saddle and a few professionally repaired top cracks. Surprisingly little bow for a guitar with no truss rod, but there is a hump at the 12th fret.
Modifications: Pro neck reset, re-glued (possibly replaced) bridge, plastic saddle and a few professionally repaired top cracks.
Comments: A real player's grade parlor guitar, Brazilian Rosewood, and incredible tone.

Thunder Road Guitars PDX

Thunder Road Guitars PDX

~1900
Unbranded
Good
Natural
Hard
Thunder Road Guitars PDX
Will York
(971) 888-5216
Portland, OR
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