Ovation Pacemaker 1615-4 1978 Natural

Original Price$897.50
New Price$673.12
$224.38 price drop
+ $326.36 Shipping
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Listed:6 months ago
Shipped From
West Rouge Gear Depot
Toronto, Canada
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Beautiful US-made Ovation acoustic-electric 12-string. Deep bowl, nickel tuners, solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany headstock / neck with marquetry design, ebony fretboard with mother-of-pearl inlays, rosewood bridge. Serial # 131086 dates this guitar to Apr-Dec 1978, New Hartford, CT (as per Gruhn’s Guide to Vintage Guitars).
No structural defects; neck is straight / solid, all seams, bindings and joints secure, good action, no fret wear, tuners work well, electronics / pickup in good working order, all-original.  Small abrasion on rear headstock, stable crack on lower top bout (see pics for details).
Great playing guitar with a full, rich tone.
Comes with a brand-new Ovation hardshell case (with key, a $250 value).
PLEASE NOTE:  Buyer pays shipping / handling (TBD by location) and any applicable customs / insurance fees.  Posted shipping costs are ESTIMATES ONLY, actual costs subject to confirmation.  Pandemic / fuel costs have resulted in SIGNIFICANT increases in shipping expenses.  As such, shipping outside North America may be cost-prohibitive.  Please keep this in mind before purchasing / making offers.

I will consider reasonable offers, low-ball offers will be ignored.
Any other questions, please ask.  Thanks.

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