Thursday, May 5, 2011

Columbia 1930's Parlor (blues) guitar in Seattle WA area for $195

I apologize to Joe, the seller of this item, for posting his phone number without his permission - it has now been deleted. Please do not call him if you got the number from earlier. - Jim C

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This looks like a nice 1930's parlor guitar for fingerstyle or Blues playing. The seller, Joe, told me it is still available so you might want to check it out. Looks like the major issues have been already repaired and it should be a good player.

The thing to look for on these old parlor acoustics is solid woods like Mahogany, Spruce, Koa, Rosewood (Birch is okay too tho not as desireable) and glued on peg bridges (vs. seperate bridge and metal tailpiece). When you find one with those elements for a good price in decent condition and with playable action you've got a winner.

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1930's Parlor Guitar - $195 (Shoreline)

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Date: 2011-04-30, 7:56AM PDT
Reply to: sale-gx22b-2354645165@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]
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Columbia parlor guitar built in the mid 1930's. It's in nice condition and plays very well. All solid birch top, back, and sides. Ebony bridge with bone saddle and nut. New frets. There are a few age cracks on the top which have been professionally repaired. The cracks are barely noticeable. There are two small cracks on the back which are also well repaired. The original case is included. This guitar has great tone. If your looking for a good old blues guitar this is it.


•Location: Shoreline

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