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    Vintage Guild Project Natural 12 String Acoustic Guitar, #38360. This is a project guitar. Original pickguard shrinking and lifting. Both pickguards has shrunken and has pulled on top. Two top cracks in top along the pickguard from neck to top of soundhole then continues from the second ring to bridge. Crack in top at waist left side from pickguard shrinkage as well. Bridge pins holes are distorted. Fingerboard has been sanded or steel wool in all positions. Moderate to severe play wear more dominate below pickguard where previous owner added a clear guard to protect exposed wood. Tape discoloration on bass side. A few surface cracks in side. Moderate to severe checking overall with few areas of overspray. Medium belt buckles rash and dings over entire back. Headstock has a couple and dings and top edges are rounded and worn. Various dings, nicks, and scuffs. No case included. Condition: Poor.

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    May, 2011
    26th Thursday
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