Paul Reed Smith Private Stock Santana #66 from 1998

Very Good

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Beautiful Paul Reed Smith Santana Private Stock number 66 from 1998 in Tiger Eye with 22 frets. One of the first 100 Private stocks ! With major appointments: Full Indian rosewood neck, rosewood fretboard, mammoth ivory birds with 14-Karat gold outline and the very exceptional Quilted Big Leaf Maple top ! Special hand carved top. The back is "curly" South American Mahogany. With original case and private stock signed certificate. Very rare: the first Santana model with Soapbar P-90's and 22 frets. There is some playing wear on the higher frets and some rubbing of finish on three tremolo saddles hence price. No scratches or dents. Only shipping to EU. No returns, no refunds.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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