US $.1850 Del Pilar Jr. spruce, 1994, Saratoga Springs, NY

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US $.1850 Del Pilar Jr. spruce, 1994, Saratoga Springs, NY

Postby RWHowe » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:56 pm

Type - William Del Pilar Jr Classical guitar
Year - 1994
Scale - 650mm scale
Top: German Spruce
Back and sides: Brazilian back with Pau Ferro sides
Mahogany neck and Ebony Fingerboard
Landstorfer gold and mother of pearl machine tuners (These tuners cost
$800 at retail) I took this guitar back to the Del Pilar workshop in Brooklyn. The luthier
told me this guitar would cost $6000 to $7000 to build today.

Condition: light playing wear, no cracks
Price - $1850, comes with the pictured case
Viewing / trial possible - Yes, can be seen and played in Saratoga Springs, NY
Location - Saratoga Springs, near Albany, NY
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