Here's a phenomenal parlor from James Goodall's Hawaii days. I like to say that he defies the laws of physics with his parlor guitars, and this one is a great example. It puts out such a wide-open amount of sound that you'll think you're holding an OM. Plays absolutely wonderful, with a quick snap. Comes with original hardshell case.
Koa back/sides Sitka spruce top 14-fret parlor body Maple binding Abalone rosette Schaller tuners Ebony bridge, fretboard, and headplate LR Baggs EAS-VTC pickup 1 3/4" nut, 2 1/4" spacing, 25" scale
Cosmetically, this guitar is in good to very good condition. There are several impression dings on the top, the "worst" of which is pictured. They are pretty unnoticeable.