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This is a 1970s 12 String Acoustic Guitar, that comes with the original hardshell case. This is model W-924 made in Japan under the leadership of H. Terada, who according to the inner label inspected this instrument. It has been in my possession for over 45 years. There a few minor blemishes on the guitar that are hardly noticeable. The action on fret board is really good. The saddle is adjustable. The tunings pegs are original and the guitar tunes up well. In early January of this year the guitar tech I use for my guitars re glued the bridge and did a complete set up. There are some slight cracks on the little triangle shape piece of plastic on the back side of the guitar as seen in slide 9. This piece seems to serve only a cosmetic function. This is a beauty of a guitar for one who wants to add a 12 string to their collection at a very reasonable price. Glad to answer any further questions. Will ship for free in the continental United States only.

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • W 924
Finish
  • Natural
Categories
Year
  • mid -70s
Made In
  • Japan
Pickup
  • Surface Mounted Pickup
Number of Strings
  • 12-String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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