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1967 Grammer G58 "Brazilian"

$3,995.00
Year
1967
Manufacturer
Grammer
Model
G58 "Brazilian"
Condition
Excellent
Description

The Grammer Guitar company of Nashville, Tennessee was one of the great lost dreams of the 1960s flat top history. This G-58 Dreadnought is one of the short-lived company’s more engaging creations. It sold new at Ace Music in Santa Monica California (notice the absence of area codes on the original sticker on the back of the headstock). Its beautiful Sitka Spruce top has dark wide grain stripes under its Natural finish & is quite stunning, she has fancy checker binding on the top and back of its body as well as a cool dark triangle inlay at the bottom of the factory seam on the top, its bound ebony fingerboard has beautiful checker rope inlay patterns down the complete fingerboard w/pretty pearl dot inlays, its splendid figured Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are perfectly bookmatched & have great color & swirly striping its very surreal, the multi-pointed, engraved plastic-faced Grammer headstock makes one distinctive-looking flat-top. Its deco cut pickgard was a Grammer design. It also has a set of factory Shaller tuners, At the time this guitar was made, Grammer was not yet owned and run by Ampeg. Conjuring up images of spangled polyester pantsuits and slick late-’60s country performers, this guitar is an instant evocation of a lost era of Nashville Gothic. It’s also a good-playing guitar w/that typical powerful rhythm sound required of a frontman’s instrument.. She is crack free, she’s excellent overall & comes in a nice original black/yella lined hard case. 

1967 Grammer G-58 Brazilian

$3,995.00

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Description

The Grammer Guitar company of Nashville, Tennessee was one of the great lost dreams of the 1960s flat top history. This G-58 Dreadnought is one of the short-lived company’s more engaging creations. It sold new at Ace Music in Santa Monica California (notice the absence of area codes on the original sticker on the back of the headstock). Its beautiful Sitka Spruce top has dark wide grain stripes under its Natural finish & is quite stunning, she has fancy checker binding on the top and back of its body as well as a cool dark triangle inlay at the bottom of the factory seam on the top, its bound ebony fingerboard has beautiful checker rope inlay patterns down the complete fingerboard w/pretty pearl dot inlays, its splendid figured Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are perfectly bookmatched & have great color & swirly striping its very surreal, the multi-pointed, engraved plastic-faced Grammer headstock makes one distinctive-looking flat-top. Its deco cut pickgard was a Grammer design. It also has a set of factory Shaller tuners, At the time this guitar was made, Grammer was not yet owned and run by Ampeg. Conjuring up images of spangled polyester pantsuits and slick late-’60s country performers, this guitar is an instant evocation of a lost era of Nashville Gothic. It’s also a good-playing guitar w/that typical powerful rhythm sound required of a frontman’s instrument.. She is crack free, she’s excellent overall & comes in a nice original black/yella lined hard case. 

Additional information

Year

1967

Make

Grammer

Model

G58 "Brazilian"

Condition

Excellent

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