Freshly set up in-house by our esteemed Guitar Tech, this vintage Stella parlor is dialed in and ready for another century of musical adventure. In Very Good vintage condition with the kind of wear and tear you'd expect in a hundred year old instrument. The good news is this great little guitar has been given the attention it needed to make it structurally sound and quite playable. The guitar was also refinished at some point in the past but has since regained a vintage patina.
The neck has been reset and a new fingerboard has been installed along with new frets. Some side cracks have been glued and cleated and other internal repairs have been professionally performed. It's in very good playing condition now though it has the vintage patina you see in the photos. Don't hesitate to contact us here in the shop if you're interested in purchasing this guitar and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Meanwhile, see below for more details and specifications.
Original 3/Plat Riveted Brass Tuners
Newer 1 7/8" Bone Nut
Big V Profile Maple Neck with 24 3/4" Scale Length
Neck Depth .97" at First Fret and 1.28" at Tenth Fret
18 Medium Frets in Excellent Condition (Re-Fretted)
New Ebony Fingerboard with Dot Markers and Approx 16" Radius
Original Brazilian Rosewood Bridge with Bone Saddle
Spruce Top with Laminate Birch Back & Sides
Refinished Body Showing Quite a Bit of Wear (So Probably Done Long Ago)
Weight 3 lb 3 oz
Modern TKL Hard Shell Case
No Serial Number
NOTE TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS:
We want you to be happy with your purchase and we try to represent the condition of all used and vintage products as accurately as possible in our listings. Every used guitar shows some signs of play wear and vintage models even more so. We call out all areas of damage or unusual wear, and describe the overall condition based upon what is "normal" for the age of the instrument. Expect to see minor dings, finish checking, or other evidence of normal use and aging which may not be captured by photography or explicitly mentioned in the listing.
We recognize that everyone has their own personal standard of what constitutes acceptable wear and tear. If play wear is especially critical for you, please contact us at the Shop for a complete in-hand description and to answer any questions you may have. Your satisfaction is of paramount importance to us.