Gagliano 680 classical concert parlor guitar made in west Germany 1950s in excellent condition

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Portland, OR, United States
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Beautiful guitar made in west Germany in 1950s by meisel & co , guitar looks and plays wonderfully, tone is beautiful, action is great , solid wood , has a beautiful arched back, the back and sides appear to be made of mahogany. The top is spruce, the fretboard and bindings are beautiful rosewood, comes with a very nice fitting hard case .

The truss rod cover is made of brass , and the tuning pegs are original as well as the original headstock logo is still preserved . So only one minor scratch mark shown in the last photo , top is flat , neck is straight , no cracks , no breaks , guitar is beautiful to play with great tone..

Note : we get offers from customers below asking price , when we ask them , they were trying to negotiate taking into consideration how much sales tax they have to pay on top of the purchase, so since we don’t charge sales tax in OR we are willing to accept payments directly from customers whether by sending an invoice to your email or over the phone that way you save on paying on sales tax , we will pay reverb fees directly and you get the price that works for you so everyone is happy .
We are here happily working for you to get a good deal and a great instrument as well.
All of our guitars have been stored in a climate/humidity controlled room.

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Flat rate $75 west coast , flat rate $85 midwest , flat rate $95 south , flat rate $100 east coast.
Boxing/ packaging flat fee $25 paid separately after check out
Local pick up at our Portland shop location.

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