US $.2500 Yamaha GC-30B H.Ezaki spruce 1978, Washington, D.C.

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US $.2500 Yamaha GC-30B H.Ezaki spruce 1978, Washington, D.C.

Post by singlechange » Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:45 pm

Yamaha Grand Concert Classical Guitar.
1978
Scale: 660
Nut Width: 52
Top: German Spruce
Bracing: Fan
Back/Sides: Brazilian Rosewood
Fingerboard/Bridge: Ebony/Rosewood
Neck: Mahogany
Sound: long lasting trebles; warm sounding basses
Condition: very good;normal play wear but nothing major; some moderate scratch marks.
Price: U.S.$2,500 or Best Offer
Viewing/trial possible: Yes
Location: Washington, D.C. area in Maryland
Finish: French Polish
Upper bout: 11 inches
Lower bout: 14 1/2 inches
Depth: 4 inches
Action at Low E String: 10/64; High E String: 8/64
The Yamaha was very recently inspected by a local luthier. The luthier said the neck is straight, bridge is not lifting, the action is high like in some 1960/s and 1970's classical guitars and ok, there is a little room left on treble side to lower the action. There is some wear through on the finish of some places on the fret board. The condition is fine for the age of the guitar.
Includes original Yamaha GC-30B hardshell case with key in very good condition and original "Yamaha Grand Concert Guitar" pamphlet in Japanese
Remarks:
The Yamaha Grand Concert Series GC-30A,B, and C are Yamaha's flagship custom shop handcrafted guitars that were modeled after the work of Manuel Hernandez and one of most expensive guitars made in Japan. They don't come up for sale much nowadays. The most desirable models are signed by luthiers Hideyuki Ezaki and Toshio Kato from the 1970's.
Offering 2 day inspection and approval with buyer paying shipping both ways.
Shipping is United States Postal Service Express Overnight Delivery at $100 withing continental U.S.A.
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