FS: left-handed Creston, new, T-style - SOLD

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  1. Creston

    Creston Supporting Member

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    For sale: brand new left-handed Creston - ash body, 1-pc maple neck, Lollar Regal neck, Lollar '52 bridge, toploader bridge, metallic light blue nitrocellulose finish with a custom dark blue pickguard. More photos here.

    The toggle switch, as you can see, is in the familiar Les Paul location. There's a momentary kill button between the volume and tone knobs so you can make helicopter noises to amuse your bandmates.

    1-11/16” nut width, 10” fretboard radius, .830” C-shaped back, .047x.095” fret wire, bone nut.

    7lbs 3oz total weight.

    Comes with a t-shirt and ships in a Levys bag handsomely embroidered with my logo. I can substitute an SKB case for any additional $85.

    Priced at $2100+shipping new. Normally I'd sell this guitar for $2565+shipping, but this is an unusual situation - and not just because it's a lefty. Please contact me via http://www.crestonguitars.com/ with any questions / for full specifications.

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  2. JefeMaximo

    JefeMaximo Huge Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Sweet! A great deal, and it almost makes me want to learn to play lefty.

    Good to see you here, Creston.
     
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    Cool guitar!

    Creston is a class-act. Met him when my band played with his band up in VT.
     
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