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1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick: Great Jazz Box $1

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-10-01)
Price : US $910.00



1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1 1965 GUILD CE100D with Gibson pick:  Great Jazz Box $1


 Note: Continental USA ONLY for this (Lower 48 states), Paypal or US POSTAL money order are the only acceptable forms of payment. Insured Shipping: $60 east of Mississippi, $75 west of Mississippi. I'm 20 miles north of NYC, local pickup is welcome.

This is a well played, well
loved, natural 'relic', Golden Era vintage archtop for a bargain
basement price.  Yes, I'm including a Gibson pick with the guitar (you figure out the reason). I
had this vintage beauty listed 3 days ago, the geniuses at fleabay removed my listing
because I wrote that this guitar is 'like G**son 175,   which of course
it is: same specs throughout.  The G**son 175 , introduced in the late 1940's
is the most successful electric archtop of all time, this guitar is the
Guild version. The early-mid 50's Guilds had 'Franz' P-90s, just like the G**sons, this has Guild humbuckers just like the G**sons after 1957.

.It is all original except for switchtip and missing pickguard, with original case,   no mods, no repairs, no changes. Original case is in good but worn condition. Guitar features:  Straight
chunky neck, original frets,  neck set is fine, great warm player for
about 1/4 the price of a similar vintage 175.  The finish is worn off back of neck.
I've got  MORE pictures of this, email for those or all questions:
EParkerPhD@aol.com  






Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-10-01)



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