Here is something beautiful that sounds amazing. An American made ( Kansas, USA) custom archtop. Massive 20 1/2” lower bout, 7 string monster Archtop. It's even got an unusual f hole design on the side which I will photograph as well. A couple of top cracks over time. All professionally repaired. Usual couple scratches and dings. Nothing noticeable. What you do see is a gorgeous sunburst finish and bohemoth size. It's got a Lawrence pickup but it hardly needs it. Maple sides and back, arched carved spruce top. This is a cannon and it could get loud. On the other hand it produces beautiful sonorities at lower volume. You can get a beautiful "Guenivere" ala Steven Stills out of this gorgeous instrument. Everyone who sees this guitar goes crazy and wants to know all about it. I believe this is the ONLY ONE IN EXISTENCE and it is amazing.
There are no cases for something this big unless you can find a case for a Stromberg Master 400 which is also close to 20" wide. We are talking the largest Archtop in existence of this caliber. Nevertheless it will be safely and professionally packed. Shipping will be $475 UPS 2nd Day, professionally packed and insured. The guitar will be arriving from Maui, Hawaii to your door. It's exceptional to say the least.

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Listed6 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Custom (Made in Kansas, USA)
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Banks's Classic and Vintage Guitars

Wailea, HI, United States
Joined Reverb:2014

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