Typically, the top or front of acoustic archtops are carved from a single piece of wood or two pieces that are bookmatched and joined together for a seamless look. 4261 with hard case. There are a few dings and scratches on the guitar as well as some light checking, particularly around the right F-Hole (please see the pictures) The guitar has been professionally re-fretted with same width frets but slightly taller), a bone nut added, and the original tuning machines have been replaced (originals not included) all done in 2003. Finish Has Considerable Checking With A Few Deep Checks On Top At The Bass F-Hole (See Photos). body features a Spruce top with Maple back and sides in a natural finish which really shows off the flame of the Maple. Its a full size jumbo guitar. ?t miss out on your chance to ad this to your collection ! Plays great! EXTREMELY RARE GUITAR!!! A great quality German made guitar. Acoustically, the guitar is tonally rich with ample low end and enough ... Up for sale, a 1950's Silvertone H-53 archtop electric guitar in excellent condition and in perfect working order. Up for sale we have a Vintage Gretsch Synchromatic Super Structure Hollow-Body Archtop Guitar! Itâll never be... A Triumph Framus sunburst archtop acoustic jazz guitar which dates from 1957 or 1958 - the low serial number is 3577. An archtop acoustic guitar is an acoustic guitar with a rounded (or, “arched”) top more akin to a violin, rather than a traditional flat top. Please see pictures. The Bigsby isn't a later addition The guitar has passed through several hands since 1965. Usual minor dings and scratches for a guitar of this age. The neck is very strong and solid, along with good conditioned frets. Manufactured in the USA by the Kay company for the Sears catalog and their exclusive "Silvertone" line of instruments, the 670 was only offered for a few short years in the early '50s. Like Harmony (also a Chicago-based company back then), Kay made many guitars for these stores, often stamped with different names such as Silvertone and Airline. Really a beautiful old Gibson Archtop.... Up for auction is a Nice Vintage Kay Parlor Archtop Acoustic Guitar Chicago, USA. Pulled off information from internet. Versand mit DHL Paket bis 10 kg. Believed to be an early 50s Franz Sandner Fasan / Isana German made archtop. Made in Germany! Check US Out By Clicking the About Me Icon! Straight neck and good frets. Vintage 1951 Epiphone Zephyr Regent all original except for knobs. Hoyer? I love this guitar, it's full of character. The Hofner Register says this is an archtop acoustic, however, all the electrics and knobs look original so it’s almost... te 1950âs Hopf Archtop Acoustic Guitar - made in Germany Rare, original black cellulose finish - double edge bound, cats eyes F holes The pickguard is not original to the guitar but it is from another 50âs German archtop Itâs in superb condition - no damage, no major wear just beautiful checking throughout The neck is typical broom handle of the period. No truss rod so the neck has bent slightly over time, this means the action is a little higher than usual but I've never had a problem. Made in JAPAN. Original hard case included r>r>r> Feel free to give us a call or drop us an email with your inquiry r>The Music Gallery83C MarygateBerwick upon TweedNorthumberlandUnited Kingdom01289 308030[email removed by eBay]r>r>Should a buyer wish to return an item they should inform us within 7 days and send the item back to us to arrive within 14 working days. Skinny and round - similar to Klira guitars The action is low (4 mm at 12th) and very playable along the whole fretboard. Selling with No Reserve in As Is condition with No Returns.