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The sound projection in the open air, at the beach, is a far cry above many other guitars.

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He also recorded many black gospel groups for the Queen label. This is why so many of the King records are extreme rarities.

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Stash offers the first percent stainless steel, non-wood bass guitar with a tubular neck for less strain on the hand, which means the "fretboard" is rounded, not flat.

The woods used on this guitar are of a very high grade Collecting Techniques; Jimmy Stewart: They generally were not up to the same quality of the ones they copied, but this was why the less sophisticated player, could afford to get an instrument they could utilize.

I don't have original mounting screws with these, if you need a set when you inquire please ask and I'll check on availability. These early issue Red Label Guitars from Korea utilize the very same materials that were made in Japan.

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Nowhere will you find greater excellence of construction and finish-and beauty of tone- at the respective prices of the dependable instruments," boasted the catalogue. The Washburn brand was sold to the Tonk Brothers - who also owned the Regal brand, in or We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below.

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No cracks or repairs ever. Harmony had the market cornered.

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Just have a look at the beautiful exotic old growth Jacaranda Brazilian Rosewood back, sides, fingerboard The set is good shape functionally.

Though the plating is worn off the buttons are in excellent shape and all the tuners turn freely with no binding or tight spots.

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The set has original Dating bellary bushings and mounting screws. The set includes a period set of hex bushings that might be original to the set, not sure.

The condition of this high end instrument is excellent plus and this guitar is simply wonderful. More sonic shapes; Bob Baxter: The pre-war guitars, through the 40's, had clubbier necks.