For your consideration, we present a lovely, deeply-relic'd T-style from the creative mind of Keith Holland.  This "Aged-New-Stock" example -though presenting as a pastelish green- has a double-bound Swamp Ash body draped in Lake Placid Blue and is tinted in an Amber overspray.  As with all ANS guitars from Keith, this body is thoroughly finish-checked for that lived-in vibe.  The "Medium C" Roasted Maple neck sports a 10" radius, 21 6150 Nickel/Silver Frets, and a set of custom-aged vintage-style Gotoh tuners.  Front-and-center, this axe totes a set of Lindy Fralin Blues Special pickups and is armed with a "fat switch," which is activated with the push-pull tone pot.  This Deluxe-style T-ANS is aching for a new forever home.  

Double-bound Swamp Ash Body
Aged-New-Stock Lake Placid Blue with Amber Overspray
Roasted Maple Neck
"Medium C" Neck Profile
Custom Aged Gotoh Vintage Tuners
Lindy Fralin Blues Special Pickups
Push-Pull "Fat Switch" on Tone Pot
25.5" scale  10" Radius

This guitar is in Very-Good-to-Excellent condition.  This guitar was fabricated with a Aged-New-Stock finish, so it  does carry numerous instances of intentional relic-wear.  This guitar was recently restrung by our team and proves to be an exceptional player.  This package includes a padded Peavey gig bag.

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • T-ANS #1234
  • Yellowed Lake Placid Blue
Made In
  • United States

Keith Holland Guitars

Los Gatos, CA, United States
Joined Reverb:2017

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