US $.7000 Roland Scharbatke Classical cedar 2009, Phoenix, AZ

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chuckinphoenix
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US $.7000 Roland Scharbatke Classical cedar 2009, Phoenix, AZ

Post by chuckinphoenix » Wed Nov 02, 2016 10:28 pm

2009 Roland Scharbatke Classical Guitar. Purchased new from Roland at 2009 Iserlohn Guitar festival.
650 mm scale...52mm nut.
Cedar top...French polish
Brazilian rosewood back and sides...French polish
Sloane? tuners
Beautiful tone...well balanced basses and trebles with excellent projection.
Includes Karurua flight case with Colorado Case Co. protective cover.
There are several very small 'dings' upper bout treble side. I have no idea how they got there! Also a couple of dings below the bridge where the strings are tied.
Instrument is kept in a glass front cabinet at 50% RH when not being played
Located in Phoenix, AZ.
Shipping and insurance at buyer's expense.
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Re: US 7000.00 Roland Scharbatke Brazilian Classical 2009 Germany

Post by Taylor 25 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 10:32 pm

Wow. That is some beautiful Brazilian rosewood! =)

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Re: US 7000.00 Roland Scharbatke Brazilian Classical 2009 Germany

Post by astro64 » Thu Nov 03, 2016 2:12 am

Hey, I want that cabinet, with contents. ;) Good luck with the sale

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Re: US $.7000 Roland Scharbatke Classical cedar 2009, Phoenix, AZ

Post by Ludwig » Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:42 pm

Roland Scharbattle builds awesome guitars. The have an enormous clarity.

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Re: US $.7000 Roland Scharbatke Classical cedar 2009, Phoenix, AZ

Post by Arash Ahmadi » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:39 am

Do you have any sample recordings of this guitar?
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