PalmGuitar travel guitar. Extremely rare in excellent condition. The PalmGuitar is an American made travel guitar that is no longer produced. One piece graphite design with a 20.239 scale neck , brass nut with zero fret, 12" radius fretboard, 20 nickel silver frets, overall length 26", weighs in at 3.4 lbs., Seymour Duncan Antiquity pickup, Schaller bridge, onboard mid-boost preamp that is unique to this guitar, comes with original leather strap, original soft case, owner's manual with comprehensive instructions that detail all the features and specs of this specific instrument and a letter from the company detailing the guitars pedigree and specs. These guitars are nearly IMPOSSIBLE to find, I believe this to be the only one for sale in the last 5 years. Plays like a dream and has a wide range of onboard tonal options. There are 2 small drill holes on the front of the guitar ( see pics) these were for a synth pickup that was removed before I acquired this instrument, they are only cosmetic and they offer the ability to mount a synth pickup in the future if you so desire. Because of the tone, playability, extreme rarity and unique features of this particular guitar I have set the price at; $1600 plus $40 shipping. Open to any reasonable offer.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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  • PalmGuitar
  • Graphite travel guitar
  • Satin Black
  • 2000?
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  • United States

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Barstow, CA, United States
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