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a mosrite joe maphis model 1 approx 1966 electric guitar, this guitar has scratches and dings and dents, the two control pots have been changed and the original pots are in the case, this guitar was made with extremely low profile frets, and the guitar might need a refret, you will either love or hate the low profile frets!!!!  the weight is just over 8lbs, the guitar has an offset asymmetrical walnut chambered body,with a single bound spruce top, 2 piece bolt on neck, the body is 15 3/4 wide and 2 inches deep, nut width is 1 9/16ths, the scale is 24 1/2, there are two mosrite single coil pickups, the pickgaurd is pulling away slightly from the side of the neck, see photos, the case is a little beat up, with some tears in the covering, the case is also missing its handle, a cool sounding old guitar, the neck is in good shape, very low profile frets!!!!!!!!!  some might say a refret is needed.  see photos.the last shipping day is dec 23.  The next shipping day is dec 30

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Listed11 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
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  • joe memphis model 1
  • Natural
  • 1966
Made In
  • United States


Baltimore, MD, United States
Joined Reverb:2013

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