So it is a special day when you get to play a guitar that is 81 years old. This...

by The Acoustic Centre September 14, 2015

So it is a special day when you get to play a guitar that is 81 years old. This National Style 1 "Don" was in it's day the most expensive National ever made. This stunning German Silver instrument has had it's neck faithfully and beautifully restored for a perfect playing instrument by Luthier Peers Crocker. This is number #114 of the limited run of #150 that were ever made. This is a once in a lifetime dream guitar! $8,350 http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/used-national-1934-the-don-single-cone-resonator




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