Tennessee Square Neck Resonator Guitar (Prototype)

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Tennessee Square Neck Resonator Guitar (Prototype)

Proto-type 1974 Tennessee Brand square-neck resonator guitar built by Tut Taylor

documented by Tut's son Mark Taylor, this was the first spruce top reso guitar they built

in the old Grammer Guitar factory they took over after Grammer went out of business

walnut back and sides, Tut Taylor poinsetta style coverplate, with parallelagram soundwell

overall great shape, some minor binding separation at middle contour of body and tailpiece area

but otherwise a wonderful guitar and an amazing piece of history

comes with original case.


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