Used guitar in good working condition. Appears to be all original. 

Some regular signs of use/age, small dings and dents here and there (see photos). 

Guitar weighs in at 6 pounds, 14 ounces.

Please note demo video features the same model but not the actual guitar for sale, it is presented solely for demonstration purposes.

From Premier Guitar:

The 1970s were an experimental time for guitar makers. Manufacturers were struggling to produce more guitars at a lower cost, and quality often suffered. Hartley Peavey looked for a better way and took note from his gun collection, because mass-production techniques were successfully being used to join wooden rifle stocks to the barrels with precision fits. Peavey had the idea to shape guitar necks on a copy lathe—something no other guitar manufacturer had tried up until then. By using computers and a machine to create the neck, every one was essentially the same. This method allowed Peavey to build guitars at a high production rate with low cost, yet maintain a high level of quality. It also helped ignite the CNC revolution in the guitar industry.

Chip Todd, a guitar builder and engineer who started working at Peavey in 1974, was chosen to lead the guitar division. Peavey invested heavily in the guitar project by buying all the necessary machinery and completely overhauling a plant for guitar production. By 1978, the first T-60 guitars and T-40 basses rolled off the production line. Because of the low cost of production, Peavey’s guitars could compete very well against the large manufacturers. In fact, Peavey ran an ad ran with the headline “Why?” that compared the price of their $375 T-60 to the Fender Stratocaster at $790 and a Gibson Les Paul at almost $1,000.

In 1981, Todd went to work for Fender and luthier Mike Powers joined Peavey to take over the guitar division. New T-Series models were underway when Powers came to Peavey and the short-scale T-15 was nearly ready for production. The idea behind the T-15 and its 23 1/2" scale was to have a model available that could make learning easier for beginning guitarists and provide faster fretting for experienced players.

The T-15’s operating guide states that the bodies are made from “select hardwoods.” From most reports, the bodies were cut from either ash or maple, depending on the finish. The bolt-on necks were constructed from rock maple and topped with a maple fretboard. The pickups used were single-coil Peavey Super Ferrites and electronics consisted of shared volume and tone knobs, and a 3-way selector switch. The T-15 was offered with the optional Electric Case, a hardshell case that had a built-in, 10-watt practice amp with three control knobs for pre-gain, post-gain, and EQ.

Other T-Series models made it to varying stages of production. The T-25, made out of a composite called “Sustanite,” didn’t get past a few prototype models, but a 3-pickup version of the T-15 called the T-30 and other projects including the T-26, T-27, and T-45 bass made it to full production. The T-Series instruments remained in production until the T-60 was officially discontinued in 1988.

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Solid Body
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United States


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Collar City Guitars - Troy, NY
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Troy, NY, United States


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Return policy 1. Buyer has 48 hrs. from time of delivery to inspect the item or have it inspected. Any defects, damage, misrepresentations or other problems must be reported within that time period in writing to the Collar City Guitars LLC (CCG) at 2. In the case of damage during shipment, Buyer shall immediately inform CCG of such damage and will maintain all original packing materials and box for inspection by the transportation company. 3. If other problems are discovered and reported to CCG, CCG will request that the Buyer return the item to the CCG (CCG will reimburse Buyer for cost of shipment of item back to CCG). CCG will correct indicated problems and ship the item back to the Buyer within 7 days of receiving it. 4. In the event that the item cannot be repaired or replaced with a similar item from CCG’s inventory, the CCG will give a refund to Buyer. 5. No refunds or returns for Buyer Remorse or Buyer Mind Changing. 6. You should expect to receive your refund within two weeks after receipt of your return package to CCG, however, we strive to issue your refund sooner than that. This time period includes the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days) and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days). If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at 1-518-833-6699 or email customer service at Available for local pickup from Troy, NY

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Troy, NY, United States
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