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    1964 Gretsch Tennessean Walnut Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar #73046 Moderate play wear with weather checking and scratches throughout. Both pickups have output, but electronics will need some attention. The neck has some dings on the back and a couple of heavy gouges at the heel joint area. Appears to have had neck reset, though the playability is still high. The neck is warped and the truss rod is tight. There is also some back separation. In the upper and cutaway area. Sold in as-is project grade condition. Hard case included. Condition: Poor.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2011
    21st Thursday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
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