Vintage 1920s Supertone Acoustic Parlor Guitar Project, made in USA by Harmony in the 20s. Great project with all solid woods and beautiful wide herringbone purfling on top and rosette, 12 frets to body with slotted headstock and ebonized fretboard. Features metal adjustable bridge as seen on these old Supertone and some Oahu models, bolts through top/bridge plate with metal plate on inside. Body is most likely birch or maple with nice faux Brazilian rosewood finish, solid spruce top. Bound top and rosette with all binding and herringbone wood marquetry purfling intact. Spruce top is in great shape, nice and flat with no cracks or major damage. Back has minor checking in wood near faux center seam detail, looks like it was kind of sealed from the inside at some point. Great V neck profile will need a neck reset to be playable. Neck has what appears to be a wood dowel through the neck block, marks, fill and touch up around the neck heel and a cracked/repaired fretboard extension around the 16th-18th frets. Ebonized fretboard is dry and chipped and appears to have been roughly sanded. Non original bone nut, will need additional hardware and repairs to be playable. 24" "Harmony" scale length with 12-5/8" lower bout and 9-1/8" upper. Nut width just under 1-7/8" wide. Bracing appears to be intact and guitar will be quite valuable after restoration. Sold as found and pictured and in need of restoration. Packed and shipped quickly with experience you can trust, thanks for looking!

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionNon Functioning (Used)
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  • parlor
  • Natural
  • 1920s
Made In
  • United States

Mike's Gear Garage

Fallbrook, CA, United States
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