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blitzoid 09-22-2006 11:56 AM

Guitar anyone? Alvarez Yairi DY-74C
 
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A friend of mine asked for some help getting this sold, if anyone is interested, let me know. I think the asking price is somewhere in the neighborhood of $550. Guitar is in NYC: It'll go up on ebay some time next week.

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Alvarez Yairi DY-74C Acoustic/Electric Guitar with Hard-shell Case
This guitar is in excellent condition. I bought it in July 1998 and played it for less than 1 year…it has been in storage ever since. I replaced the original white plastic bridge pins with ebony pins which have pearl inlay. I also had a strap peg professionally installed. There is some very minor scratching in about a 1 inch by 1 inch area on the back of the guitar where it would rub against a rivet on my pants pocket.

Specs:
dreadnought style, rounded cutaway body, solid spruce top, round soundhole, 5-stripe body binding/rosette, tortoise pickguard, rosewood back/sides, mahogany neck, 20-fret ebony fingerboard with varying pearl inlay, ebony bridge, ebony pins with pearl inlay, 3-per-side chrome tuners, piezo bridge pickups, 3-band EQ/System 500A electronics, manufactured in June 1997, original retail price $1,449.

Hard-shell case with green fuzzy inside is included. There are a few spots around the edges of the case where the vinyl is slightly torn; otherwise it is in very good condition.

PNW-06FXT 09-22-2006 12:18 PM

Does it come with guitar lessons?

Nice guitar...

blitzoid 09-22-2006 08:32 PM

dunno... i can barely carry a tune, let alone read music. I was busy in the art department/wood shop instead.

I will say, I think this thing is a work of art. Admittedly, I don't know much about what makes a guitar good/bad, but from a woodworking/craftsmanship standpoint, this thing is fantastic.


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