This guitar has "it" - that elusive magic that we're looking for when we talk about pre-war voiced replica guitars. It's that snappy sparkle in the reverb and the dry presence associated with it. Wonderful snap in the tactile response, too. And just look at that top - the Euro spruce with the Herringbone trim. It's sublime in person, and the photos don't really do it justice. These Franklins by Nick Kukich are difficult to come by, so grab it while you have the chance! Comes with original hardshell case.
Indian rosewood back/sides European spruce top 14-fret OM body Herringbone top trim Ebony bridge, fretboard, and headplate Waverly tuners Mastodon nut and saddle 1 3/4" nut, 2 1/4" spacing, 25.4" scale
Cosmetically, this guitar is in good condition. There's some wear to the right of the soundhole, including some pick scratches. There's a finish flaking/check to the left of the fretboard. The center seam is visible, but it's not a finish crack. Finally, there's some wear around the headstock edges. Minor signs of playwear otherwise.