Turn Of the Century Parlor Guitar SOLD

Turn Of the Century Parlor Guitar SOLD

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FREE SHIPPING! Turn of the century parlor guitar with no label. Well made and very playable with a big sound for such a small guitar. Nice herringbone inlay and mother of pearl headstock inlay. Brazilian rosewood back and sides I would presume, tight grain spruce top with a couple of cracks on the bass side lower bout but well intact. Ladder bracing on the soundboard and pyramid bridge. Very nice fleur-de-lis pattern machine heads that function very well. The guitar has had a neck re-set at some point and a radius rosewood fingerboard was put on it with large modern frets. The work was not top notch and the frets are a little wavy although it still plays pretty well. There is room at the saddle to lower the action but it is set a good height at present. The sides and the neck are crack free but there are several cracks on the back but structural integrity is fine. No loose braces and nice workmanship on the interior. There is no case.

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Well made parlor guitar with Brazilian rosewood.

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