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VINTAGE BUCKEYE ACOUSTIC GUITAR RESERVE LOWERED

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-08-30)
Price : US $102.50



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We are offering for auction a VINTAGE BUCKEYE ACOUSTIC GUITAR IN VERY GOOD ORIGINAL CONDITION.  The main body is solid and tight with no separations or cracks.  The neck is tight and straight but it may have a slight bow to it; however, the strings do not touch the top fret.  The brass frets have some wear but not excessive.  All the black tuning keys work fine and are in excellent condition except  there is slight surface rust on their base.  This guitar has an excellent finish and the wood is beautiful.  It has no scratches or marks; the Buckeye blue and white logo is perfect.  Also included is the original cardboard case which has a few scratches and a couple of tear place; all latches work and it is in useable condition.  We are including a new set of LAY'S SIT Light P-1254 Acoustic Guitar Strings (PHOSPHOR BRONZE).


We appreciate your looking at this very nice looking solid guitar.  Email with questions.



Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-08-30)



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Larry Herbstritt said...
I have a Buckeye acoustic very similar to the one pictured here. I got it in 1960 as a Christmas gift. Mine has a pick guard and the tailpiece is solid. The headstock is identical to the one pictured. Do you know who made them or have any more information about them? Thanks, Larry