This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-11-04)
Price : US $ 660.0
The X-135 is a single cutaway, hollow-body archtop guitar that was based on DeArmond's venerable X-155 body shape, but with just a single American-made DeArmond Goldtone Humbucking pickup in the neck position. With the introduction of the X-135 back in 1999, DeArmond expanded on its line of jazz guitars and added a greater variety of alternatives to the more costly jazz guitar manufacturers. Very soon after its introduction, De Armond ceased production of the X-135, making these guitars even more collectable today!
The X-135 is made with a maple top, back and sides, and has a maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. To highlight its natural aesthetics, the X-135 has a cream colored body binding and pearl "dot" inlays. The fingerboard radius of the X-135 is 12", and features 22 jumbo nickel silver frets. One volume and one tone control, die-cast chrome machine heads, and a rosewood bridge with DeArmond's "harp" style tailpiece are the finishing touches on this beautiful and versatile guitar.
This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-11-04)
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