Vintage Guyatone lap steel, slide guitar with soft case. HG306C

(I can ship cheaper by surface mail if preferred-$48.00 8-12+ weeks)

A cool looking, great sounding lap slide guitar. It has a dual pick ups and volume and tone controls with two pick up selector switches. Still has the paper cover on one of the leg sockets. The chrome is beautiful and could look even better with a quick polish. It has a nice full sound with lots of variations with the switches and tone controls.

Overall in excellent shape. One minor ding in the finish just to the right of the Guyatone logo. See the many pics. The case is not orginal to this instrument but keeps the dust out and gives it some protection. Ask any questions you may have and I will try to answer. Mail me if you want more pics of a certain area.
More pics on my instagram and facebook- see vintageaudionagoya

Shipping is Yamato UPS 7-10 days to the USA. "Rest of world" rate covers most countries, but I can't ship to some countries due to Covid restrictions.

Shipping is Yamato UPS and will arrive in about a week to the USA. Rest of world rate covers most countries but I can't ship to some due to covid. Mail me for rate if not in the USA.

(I can ship cheaper by surface mail if preferred-$48.00 8-12+ weeks)
Thanks, Mark

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Listed16 days ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • HG306C
Finish
  • White
Categories
Year
  • 1970s
Made In
  • Japan

Vintage Audio Nagoya (VAN)

Nagoya, Japan
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