H1005 - Caribbean|
Acoustic flatop - Tangerine / white
Production year(s) : 1956 (other years possible, not verified)
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- Keith O'Conner Murphy - 2015-03-11
This was my first guitar! I think I paid $25 for it in Wabash, Indiana. Strings were so high off the fretboard, hurt my fingers. When I got a cheap Gibson electric I was in heaven! I am in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, inductee 200. Recorded for Stacy, King and in the UK Polydor. Would like to have one again for old times, but never saw one for sale.
- Rocky Creek - 2015-03-18
This was my first guitar. My mother bought it for me at a pawnshop in Nashville for $8. It had paper under the strings at the nut to hold the them off of the fingerboard. I learned my chords on it, and I still have it.
- Keith O'Conner Murphy - 2017-01-20
I'm back - found another one! I just received an identical one to my first guitar, arrived today from Hawaii to me in New Jersey. I can not believe the unbelievable near mint condition! Bought it off Ebay for $300. Worth that for the memories. Found serial number in black stamped ink inside: 4132H1005.