Estate Fresh 1927 1928 Vintage National Tri-cone Round Neck Guitar # 0168 Rare
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Estate Fresh 1927 1928 Vintage National Tri-cone Round Neck Guitar # 0168 Rare:
Please check out all the pictures above and below!please do not let the buy it now price of 20,000.00 scare you from offerding. this is a buy it now price for this very fine original guitar. it will sell at what ever price it reaches... !!!!! I have seen these sell for for this amount 20 thousand and more. thebenefitto this one is that it is original, unrestored, unmolested, and has all its extras with it including the picks the strings the slides and the original case!!!!!!WOW
there is and a low starting offer of .99 cents. I did place a buy it now price of 20,000.00 should you want it now.but again there is .there are a lot of detail pictures below the text.RARE RARE RARE STYLE 11927or 1928 NATIONAL ROUND NECK TRI-CONE GUITAR VERY LOW serial number 0168RARE ESTATE FRESH ONE FAMILY OWNED VINTAGE and VERY RARE!!I have not cleaned tuned vacuumed or manipulated this guitar in any way. IT IS HOW IT WAS FOUND AND WILL EITHER CLEAN UP VERY NICELY OR, LEAVE IT AS IT IS AND KEEP IT AS A TIME CAPSULE.BEAUTIFUL PATINA
Has Original Case, 3 packages of National strings (one package torn) see pictures, 2 original pre war finger picks (custom adjusted/bent, possibly needing to be straightened), and 2 slides one of which looks to be a pan handle? not sure..AGAIN 1927 or 1928National Style 1 Tri-Cone Resonator2 screws are missing from the tuner gears (minor still work but the screws are missing)see pictures
Very desirable guitar ALL ORIGINAL& ORIGINALCASE!
Hard to find piece.
guitar is set up to play slide or lap now. it has a cover over the nut that can be removed so that you canplay the guitar conventionally. with this said the guitar can be played conventionally like it is now but the action high.
Excellent condition with great tone & align="center">The pictures are of the actual Guitar and show its condition. If you have any questions please ask before offerding!!On Jul-15-13 at 21:05:27 PDT, seller added the following information:
I received a question regarding; Is the neck was bowed? This is my answer. not very much. As far as I can tell while holding the bass string down at the 1st and 15th fret... the distance, stand off, or bow at the 6th fret would be the greatest at the thickness of a business card or between 12 thousandths to 16 thousandths air gap between the string and the 6th fret. while holding the bass string down from the 1st fret to the 15th fret there is an air gap from the 3rd fret to the 10th fret and at the 6th fret it is between 12ths and 16ths.. I do not have my calipers here but I use a business card to gap my points at 12 ths on my 356 and I used the same card to do this measurement. A very advanced Guitarist named Michael Moskowitz from Sausalito Ca.just played this guitar and absolutely loved its action. he both played it with one of the slides pictured he also played it as a regular guitar with the cover on the nut.The action was very high with this cover but noted that it played very nice. Michael noted that the strings are very old and he said that it would sound even better with new strings. I hope that this information helps all of you. Also this guitar was played for most of its life as a lap or slide guitar and does not have very much wear to the frets. It was last played in the early 60's and has been in a dry climate controlled Environment since. TIME CAPSULE!!