Campellone Manhattan Skyline 2002 Ice Tea Burst

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$4,995
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This guitar is a custom, one off project, commissioned by a private party by Mark Campellone, and the only guitar of it’s kind. The guitar body, size and style are reminiscent of the modern day 16’ jazz guitars pioneered by D’Aquisto and Borys and adopted by many others. Slim in stature, the body thickness is 2.75”, body width is 16” and the scale length is 25.5” with the nut width being 1.75”. Playability is excellent over superb fret work and workmanship. The body is constructed of solid wood of the highest quality rather than laminate. The original Gibson 57 Classic pickup was replaced with a Bartolini humbucking pickup giving it a warmer nuance.
Perhaps the most striking aspect of the guitar is the depiction of the World Trade Center inlaid on the headstock with the image being reflected in what is meant to be the Hudson Bay. This image speaks for itself and is tastefully done by the maker. The guitar actually seems to be the canvas that the Manhattan Skyline image is a part of.
All of this being said, this guitar is an amazing piece of workmanship. Like all of Mr. Campelleone’s instruments, every detail is executed with precision and expertise. This guitar also plays and sounds amazing in case you were wondering. A one of kind guitar...

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Listed5 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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