Chaki P-70 Handmade In Japan Rare! 1970’s

Original Price$2,199
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Ron's Gear Garage
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These are wonderfully made guitars from Japanese company “Chaki” who is most famous for their orchestral instruments like double basses. It’s extremely well made and plays and sounds great! This one dates to the 1970’s when it’s likely that master luthier Tsuji Shiro had a hand in its construction. He has since started his own company S Tsuji which is renowned for their handmade Jazz archtop guitars costing $5000 and up.

This guitar is in very good overall condition with no cracks or repairs. Feature Grocer tuners that appear to be original. It does have some light corrosion on the hardware and minor scratches, see pictures. Ships in a heavily padded oversized gig bag.

Scale Length: 640mm
Nut Width: 42mm
Fret Life: 8/10
Action at 12F (1st): 3mm
Action at 12F (6th): 3.25mm
Weight: 2806 grams
Overall Condition: 8/10
Rare Factor: 11 out of 10

USA Seller, check my feedback to see how I value my customers and see my other listings for more rare Japanese Guitars and other unique gear! i use recycled packaging for reduced environmental impact and ship all items 100% insured against loss or damage.

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