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K.Yairi RF-65: 
The RF-65 is an original body shape by K.YAIRI, and it is a popular model among a wide range of players because it has an easy-to-handle compact body. The "65" features mahogany wood on its sides and back, while the top is made from solid Sitka spruce. The neck is constructed with mahogany and rosewood, and it features a soft V-shaped profile for the neck.
All K.Yairi guitars are crafted by highly skilled craftsman at their factory located in Kani City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan.

RF-65 LH (NT) Left-Handed 
-Made in Japan-

TOP Solid: Spruce
BACK/SIDE: Mahogany
NECK: Mahogany
Scale: 64.5cm
Total length: 100cm
Body width: 37.5cm

with hard case

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • RF-65 LH
  • NT
  • 2023
Made In
  • Japan

Ikebe Music

Tokyo, Japan
Joined Reverb:2020

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