Friday, May 20, 2011

1930's Supertone Standard Sized guitar in Nelson NE for $150

The seller is listing this as a Parlor Guitar but with 19 frets and a 14 inch lower bought this is more of a Standard. Looks like Mahogany but may be Birch. I wish I could get a better look at that Bridge. Looks too wide. It may be a replacement.

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Guitar Supertone 1930's - $150 (Nelson)

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Date: 2011-04-27, 6:57AM CDT
Reply to: sale-gajzq-2348678510@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]
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This guitar was made by Harmony in Chicago, for Sears Roebuck. This is a very rare and hard to find guitar today. Supertone was sears musical instrument name brand before changing it to Silvertone. This parlor guitar body and neck are in good condition for being over 70 years old. The body does not have any cracks. It needs strings and one tuning peg needs replaced I am told these parts are still available online. The guitar is 38 inches long, and measures 14 inches wide and is 4 inches thick. 19 frets, and comes with a case. I am firm on my price of $150. Ph 415 672 0821


•Location: Nelson

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