Player grade, all original Mosrite Mark II. Rare dark red color, haven’t seen many of these. Neck is straight, holds tune beautifully, especially for a 12 string - I can tune it, put it away, & a week later it’s still in tune.

Frets are low, but very playable. The way it’s currently set up, the vibrato arm is very low, meant to just hang down out of the way. I don’t use it when playing, so I left it that way. It could easily be re-adjusted to proper height.

Has blemishes, which are pictured, a couple that someone tried to paint over with similar colored paint. I don’t mind them, adds to the character of the instrument. Blemishes have no affect on playability

Sounds great - exactly what you’d expect. Jangly, chimey, very balanced tone. Sounds equally good clean or dirty - even through heavy fuzz it sounds great in my opinion.

Hard case is original, handle broke at some point and was replaced with a “rope” handle. Still functions great, little bit rough looking though.

Has been kept in D standard tuning to decrease stress on the neck. Ships professionally packed to anywhere in the lower 48 - no international shipping please.

Hate to sell it, but I need some room & I’d rather someone buy it that will play it more than I do.

Priced to move and firm.

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ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Mark XII
  • Red (Pretty Rare Color)
  • 1960’s
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  • United States

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Akron, OH, United States
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