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    1964 Gretsch Nashville Orange Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar, Serial #71905. Minimal weather checking, but considerable finish wear from play on back of neck. Tuners have been changed to Grover Rotomatics. Electronics are functioning but will need cleaning. Master volume knob has been replaced. One strap button has been replaced. Top of bridge is replaced with Gibson Tune-O-Matic. Truss rod cover is not original and has been altered by previous owner. Considerable fret wear to some frets and fingerboard shows some rutting, primarily in first position. Evidence of left-handed Bigsby installed at some time. Also has screw in top bass side of neck in front of neck pickup. Some missing binding on headstock and neck, also beginnings of typical Gretsch binding deterioration. Hard case included. Condition: Fair.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2012
    20th-21st Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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