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Michael Harrington


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A2 - MI
Post  Posted 24 Apr 2019 6:58 pm    
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Hey forumites,

I'm unloading an all original 54' Gretsch Electromatic archtop w/ HSC. It has a single dearmond pickup that's pretty fat sounding. It was setup as a rhythm guitar for a big band gig I had awhile back, with 12 guage flatwounds on it. Some nicks here and there, but no binding rot and the back is pretty flamed and with very little buckle rash. A really cool and somewhat rare guitar by Gretsch. Original case that's pretty beat, but functions OK.

I'm playing completely acoustic archtops now and don't use this guitar, so I need to let it go..
Looking for $900 and buyer pays shipping. PayPal would be ideal.

PM with any questions. Thanks for looking !

-Michael Harrington








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Nick Koff


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Los Angeles, California
Post  Posted 25 Apr 2019 1:00 pm    
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I'll take it. PM'n you for email addy.
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Michael Harrington


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A2 - MI
Post  Posted 25 Apr 2019 5:29 pm    
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Sale pending.

-Michael
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Michael Harrington


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Post  Posted 26 Apr 2019 12:23 pm    
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SOLD!! CLOSE 'ER UP b0b!

*Donation Sent*

-Michael
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