Dans Fine Guitars
Dan Duehren
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1970 Fender Precision Fretless

I believe this is one of the first fretless basses made by Fender. Serial # 304XXX dates it to 1970. It appears to be all original. It still has the Fender flat wound strings with the green wrap which could be original to the bass. Nice color sunburst and very nice tortoise shell pickguard. Side dots on the neck are in the position where the corresponding fret would be not between the frets like...
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1932 National El Trovador

This is a real nice 1932/33 National El Trovador resonator guitar in original condition.El Trovador Its Spanish name translates as “The Troubador,” and this wood-body single-cone National has been popular with musicians ever since its debut in 1932. This guitar appears to be all original including the tuners which work well. The body shows minor dings and scratches consistent with a 90 year old...
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1997 Guid Artist Award

The Artist Award is Guild’s flagship jazz guitar. Acoustic archtop of finest materials: carved spruce top, solid curly maple back and sides, five-piece maple neck, select ebony fretboard, inlays of natural abalone and mother of pearl. Floating pickup permits amplification without interfering with the true acoustic nature of this masterpiece. Guild has made only 1600 of these in 40 years. This...
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