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Finish: The guitar has been fully refinished. The headstock faces have been refinished and the decals replaced.

Body Material: Pine

Body Details: Solid pine body. The body has been fully refinished.

Neck Material: Maple

Neck Profile: "C" profile

Neck Thickness (IN): 6 string: .74" (1st fret), .78" (12th fret); Bass neck: .78" (1st fret), .81" (12th fret)

Fingerboard Radius: 9.50"

Nut Width: 1-1/2"

Scale Length: 24 1/2"

Neck Details: The originally bolt-on necks have been glued in. Both are maple necks with bound rosewood fretboards, dot inlays, and truss rod adjustments at the heel. Both necks have been refinished, and the decals on the bass neck have been replaced. The bass neck has a 30 1/2" scale length.

Electronics: Original Mosrite pickups and wiring harness, with neck select switch, 3-way pickup selector switches for both necks, and master volume/tone controls. The pickup mounts were repaired with epoxy, and several solder connections have been repaired. The pot codes date to 1971.

Pickup Measurements: 6 string: 5.4k (neck), 10.8k (bridge); Bass: 6.4k (neck), 6.4k (bridge)

Hardware: The bridges and tailpiece are both not original. The pickguard is not original.

Weight: 11 lbs 12 oz

Cosmetic Condition: The guitar has light cosmetic wear, with various small chips and dings on the glossy finish.

Modifications/Repairs: -The body and neck have been fully refinished -The necks have been glued in -The bridges, tailpiece, and pickguard have been replaced -Some solder joints have been repaired -The pickup mounts were repaired with epoxy

Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with medium action and light relief on both necks. The truss rods on both necks have limited adjustability, however the 6 string neck sets up well with 9 gauge strings and the bass neck sets up well with 45 gauge bass strings. The narrow frets are low with minor play wear. The design and pot codes dates the instrument to 1971.

Case Details: Hardshell Case

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Joe Maphis Double Neck
  • Orange
  • 1971
Made In
  • United States
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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