This instrument is a hand-painted vintage German parlor guitar made in the 1960s, very nicely preserved, has been checked, cleaned and is in a very good technical condition too overall with all parts original. The guitar features a hand-painted Star Wars themed picture by Czech artist Ondrej Hyka on the top,  it is has a straight neck with a brazilwood fretboard and comfortable action, no cracks, original varnish with only minor marks of use (the painting is properly lacquered over) and it is ready to be played. The closed brass tuners work great too. Please see the attached video!

Sound wise, it is also very nice and loud and sits in a territory that is typical for instruments of this format – a great choice for fingerpicking / blues and not only!

The guitar is strung up with a new set of 10 gauge low tension phospor bronze strings.

I just love old guitars – and always do my best to satisfy those who purchase them from me! Please don't hesitate to contact me if you'd like any further information. I always pack the guitars super carefully and ship worldwide! The shipping price for USA and other non-EU countries is with FedEx and 5 day delivery. Please contact me for other options (also insured, approx. 40 Eur cheaper, but the delivery may take up to 3 weeks).

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Listed8 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Parlor guitar
Categories
Year
  • 1960
Made In
  • Germany

Bohemian Guitar Vault

Zittau, Germany
Sales:190
Joined Reverb:2020

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