Sunday, February 21, 2010

Nice Leilani Lap Steel in Los Angeles for $200




Look at the gorgeous PINK MOTS acetate finish on this Leilani lap steel. Comes with OHSC and seller says electronics work. This looks EXACTLY like a Dickerson made lappie (stepped fretboard and string thru body) which would put it at the mid to late 1940'S. And it's PINK!! Wow. NICE.

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Leilani Vintage Lap Steel with Case - $200 (Anaheim/USC)

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Date: 2010-02-21, 9:24AM PST
Reply to: sale-nfgx5-1610989162@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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Vintage Leilani lap steel guitar with case. Includes slide. Electronics work, not played in many years.


Location: Anaheim/USC

1 comment:

  1. I have similar to it by gebs with a serial # that starts 107. I need to know how much its worth? Call willie at 323-903-5898. Thank you. P.S. Its in good condition.

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