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For Sale: Solid Black Walnut Tricone Roundneck with Pickup Resonator

Posted By: macmanmatty (0) | Rate Member
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$2,700 USD

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I have for sale a solid black walnut (back sides top and cover plate) tricone roundneck resonator. The guitar was hand made by John Hiltbrand of Hiltbrand Guitars out of Cincinnati Ohio. The back sides , top , and cover plate are all solid black walnut. It comes with passive tricone style bridge pickup. The binding sound hole lattice (hand carved) , fret board and bridge cover are all ebony. The nut is 1 7/8" and there are 12 frets to the body. Lower bout is approx 14 1/2" and upper bout is about 10" . The body depth is 3 11/16". The cones and T-bridge are national . String spacing at the bridge is 7 / 16" 1st string action at the 12th fret is 5/16" and the 6th action at the 12th fret is 3/8". Comes with the tweed hard shell case pictured. I also will include the snark tuner in the pictures. Sounds like an acoustic that sustains forever with very slight resonator twang . Selling because I have to many guitars and really I don't like 12 fret instruments. 14+ plus frets for me only.


United States, FL, 32456



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Returns not accepted.

Condition of Item(s):

Used - Excellent Condition



Hiltbrand Guitars

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my phone is eight five zero- two two seven three five one six. Now, my email is the letter J followed by the letter A then followed by the word MATTY then you write the little at symbol and then you write the letter G then the word MAIL and then you write the little dot symbol and then you write CoM. the dot and at symbol are produced using keyboard keys.

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