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Amistar Resonator

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  • Full Name: Grant
  • Location: SSI
  • Phone: 250-629-6146
  • Expires: 20 days, 23 hours

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  • Item listed by: on December 1, 2017

    Item Description:

    For sale my mint Amistar, Cross Roads, antique bronze finished steel bodied, Resonator guitar and hard shell case.Made in the Czech Republic. Want that old traditional 1930’s sound?, look no further. 14 frets to the body, all Mahogany neck, arched back, closed tuners, pearl head stock, diamond dot markers, old school round sound holes with cross pattern design, 9.5 hand spun ribbed cone, biscuit bridge and maple saddle.Cover plate is steel and has the referred to, (chicken foot stamped pattern design). Has a mounted strap button on the neck.These guitars are no longer built under the Amistar, ( since 1992 ) brand name making them highly collectable. I bought this 2008 guitar new and have not put much playing time on it, hence, no finger board or fret wear.The case is very H.D. and felt lined of course with 5 latches. Amistar has changed it’s name now to, Leewald, making this guitar even more valued,You can go on line at: www. resoguitars.cz/eu.html, for details etc. You can also find this instrument on Used Victoria with more pics. Enjoy. Note: Cash sale only. Please serious buyers only.Do not text. Thank you.

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