H1408 - Patrician|
Acoustic archtop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1940 (other years possible, not verified)
All mahogany - varied color marquetry bindings - dot inlays on fretboard
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- tralfonzorelli - 2011-01-29
Yep. Found this one in the upstairs attic of an old meat packing plant; Athens, GA 1985-6. She had been there aleast 40 plus years, Virtually unplayed, in the original case and may be the original flatwound strings. Belonged to a City comissioner who worked at the original meat packing plant. I really liked this model Patrician especially for fingerstyle.
Also foun an elcabonged Framus with an Aluminum? neck. Not sure it was solid Al; It was like a three piece 1/3 inch strips: low E high E and down the middle
Like any young Dumbarse in Athens, GA. I sold it to buy a Jap Strat with Fake Floyd Rose. Live and learn . DC
- Hap Roemer - 2015-03-03
I found a player Patrician in an antique shop in a little town in British Columbia, Canada. It's marked "F-38" and "1426??1408". Very nice guitar.