AU $.2100 Rokutaro Nakade spruce 1966, Hobart

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AU $.2100 Rokutaro Nakade spruce 1966, Hobart

Post by Aaron Powell » Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:31 am

Type / luthier: Rokutaro Nakade (classical)
- Year of construction: 1966
- Scale length (mm): 650mm
- Top: Spruce
- Back/Sides: Indian Rosewood
- Fingerboard: Ebony, recently re-fretted by luthier, 52mm nut
- Sound: Warm with no overbearing overtones, good tone colour range, deep unique base.
- Condition: Excellent (for its age), no cracks or bellowing around bridge. Original lacquer finish is crazing.
- Price: AUD $.2100
- Viewing: local viewing possible
- Location: Hobart, Australia
- Tuners: Rubner Superior, Rosewood buttons, 35mm spacing
- Bracing: Fan
- Action: 4mm E string and 3.5mm e string
- Origin: Made in Japan

Around Australia from $50 to $120 (plus insurance if requested).
Or, buyer can arrange shipping.
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Re: AU $.2100 Rokutaro Nakade spruce 1966, Hobart

Post by rinneby » Wed Mar 15, 2017 5:48 am

As a lover of japanese guitars I would say that this is a catch! Any room left on the saddle? Good luck with the sale.

/Jon
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Re: AU $.2100 Rokutaro Nakade spruce 1966, Hobart

Post by Aaron Powell » Tue Mar 28, 2017 9:57 pm

rinneby wrote:As a lover of japanese guitars I would say that this is a catch! Any room left on the saddle? Good luck with the sale.

/Jon
Thanks Jon, not much room left to lower saddle (e and b) as the fretboard was leveled. Another guitar I play often has lower action but I never find it any 'easier' than the Nakade. This one has a lovely neck profile.

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