1970 Guild M-75 Bluesbird Deluxe Hollow Body, Black, Hard Case UEG19

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Ike's Price $1,999.00

Here is a very cool 1970 Guild M-75 Bluesbird electric guitar. This is a early all hollow body bluesbird with chrome hardware and full sized humbuckers, all electronics look to be original and the guitar has no structural repairs. The original black finish has it's fair share of wear and tear, the neck has been oversprayed to hide wear from bellow the headstock to above the neck heel, there is also a large spot on the back that has been touched up and the binding on the neck heel has deteriorated and some has crumbled away. The rest of the binding around the body and neck is in good shape and shows no issues. The frets have just been dresses and recrowned and the guitar plays great with nice low action with no dead spots. The bridge has been replaced, but no modifications were done to the guitar, the original bridge is in the case. The case is original and in very good shape.

Model: UEG19
Manufacturer: Guild
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