This guitar came to us in not-so-great-shape.  There were active top cracks , a couple high frets, and the neck joint was loose.  

We had it all addressed.  I just couldn't let it go into the guitarbage pile.  I could tell it would turn out to be a cool piece.

It isn't really a guitar you'll grab and play every day, but it is one you can hang up to add a cool look to your space.  The action is high as you go up the neck, but it does play well in the cowboy chord area, which is perfectly fitting! 

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Color: Sunburst-ish w/a stenciled lassoing cowboy/horse and mountain setting.
Weight: 3lbs 3ozs
Body: Spruce top w/birch back and sides
Neck: Poplar
Fretboard: Ebonized
Inlays: Dots
Frets: Original Vintage
Fret count: 19
Nut material: Bone
Nut width: 1 11/16"
Scale: 25.25"
Radius: 0
Neck thickness at 1st fret: 0.98"
Neck thickness at 10th fret: 1.2"
String gauge: .012-.053"
Hardware: Original
Tuners: Original, 3rd and 4th string tuners bent
Case: No

Listed4 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Gene Autry Roundup
  • Sunburst
  • 1950s
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