Details about Kent 834 Electric Guitar - Very Rare 1960s Violin Shape in Superb ConditionSee original listing
“A beautiful example of 60s Japanese guitar artistry. Light checking on top, no structural defects.”
08 Dec, 2013 02:14:46 GMT
Approximately £334.15(including postage)
[ 25 bids ]
North Carolina, United States
|Seller notes:||“A beautiful example of 60s Japanese guitar artistry. Light checking on top, no structural defects.”|
|Model:||Violin Shaped||String Configuration:||6 String|
|Body Type:||Semi-Hollow||Country of Manufacture:||Japan|
A very rare find in superb condition. Kent 834 violin-shaped electric with a beautiful 3 piece maple neck, zero fret Rosewood fretboard, book-matched Mahogany back and top and very rare functioning string mute. Tortoise shell everywhere. Mother of Pearl headstock, fretboard and body inlays. Great action and ready to play! To the best of my knowledge 100% original with the exception of the tremolo arm (new All Parts replacement included - bolt to attach the arm to the tremolo is missing). Tuners and all hardware are in unbelievable condition for a 40+ year instrument. Comes with a new Roadrunner gig bag. Shipped professionally packaged and fully insured FedEx Ground.
Neck: 3 Piece Maple with Dark Brown Skunk Stripe
Fretboard: Dark Brown Rosewood
Tuners: Sealed Chrome
Bridge: Kent Designed Tune-o-Matic With Rare Working String Mute
Neck Inlays: Mother of Pearl
Body Inlays: Mother of Pearl
Headstock Inlays: Mother of Pearl
Pickguard: Faux Tortoise Shell
Pickup Rings: Faux Tortoise Shell
Pickups: Two Single Coil Neck
Width at Nut: 1 5/8" Neck
Width at 12th Fret: 2"
Neck Type: Bolt-On
Width at Lower Bout: 13"
Width at Upper Bout: 10.5"
Body Length: 17.75"
Body Thickness: 1.5"
Total Length: 41.25"