Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:15 am Post subject: 1952
There's a certain optimism here. Not from the jaded owner, who has nothing to lose by putting it out there. It's that in the midst of all this there is a tiny sliver of horn shape in the same general area one might find one on an actual guitar. The best thing that could happen here is for this to be used to patch a hole in an old barn.
The wood is 60 years aged on this body that was made by Fender Musical Instruments in 1952. The natural aging process gives a dimension to the sound of an instrument that is difficult to copy.
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