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Altamira N300CES Classical Guitar
This has been my own guitar for a many years, but had very little use. It was used when I played in a jazz trio, and needed to amplify, but haven't had this need for over 10 years now, so it must be time to move it on. It is in perfect condition.
This guitar came from the previous importers of Altamira guitars. At the time when this company was closing down, I had access to all their stocks of Altamira guitars, and sold quite a few of them. They tended to vary, and this one, which I kept for myself, was the best N300CE there at the time, and I went through them all. It has not been played for years at this time so will need a bit of waking up.
Top: Solid German Spruce, N300 rosette style, Laminated African Mahogany Back and sides, Indian Rosewood binding, African Mahogany neck, Bone nut, Indian Rosewood head plate, Ebony fingerboard, 650mm scale length, Polished Gloss finish, Bone saddle, Gold Plated tuning heads. Fishman Presys EQ and pickup.
Comes in a hard case.
This guitar normally retails for $995 (without a case). This Price: $600.
I can also provide repairs to guitars, particularly electricals, such as pickup replacement, rewiring (eg changing between active to passive), etc. Email or phone to see if I can help.
This is a left handed Strat that has ben set up to play right handed. The idea being that a right handed player can look like Jimmy Hendrix.
In perfect condition. There is not a mark on this guitar.
Comes in a Fender case.
The SG200 was one of a few new designs released in the early 70's. I have had difficulty finding the exact manufacture date of this guitar, but Les Pauls with the same 6 digit stamped serial number are from 1970 to 1972, so I think it's safe to say this one was also made at that time.
This SG model differs from the standard Gibson setup in that it has single coil pickups, and the neck angle to the body is zero degrees, compared to the 15 degrees normal to Gibson guitars.
It is in completely original condition, including the bridge couver, which is often removed and lost. There are a number of superficial marks on the front and back. The worst being the outer edge of the top bout, where the finish has been compromised. This is all superficial. The bridge couver has some tarnishing and the chrome has worn away on part of it.
The walnut neck is absolutely dead straight and in perfect condition. It does have quite a substantial (thick) neck that might not suite everyone, but it is very strong. It plays absolutely perfectly.
Comes in a padded soft Gibson carry bag.
Two Ukuleles, as pictured. The brown one is a Kealoha UK401B-Nt. The black one has no brand. Both are in good condition and ready to play.
These come without any carry bags or cases.
Price: $40. For both.