Serial no. 83= 83rd Keya made by the young Knaggs Company in Maryland. Weight = 7 pounds 11 ounces factory deluxe hardshell case included
This stunning beauty sounds even better than she looks and it "looks" really good. This guitar plays like superbly and looks amazing doing it. It is in excellent condition, with just 1 3" surface scratch in the back lacquer that could likely be buffed out(??). No fret wear. The Tier 2 maple flame top on this guitar with the fireburst finish is outstanding & could easily be deemed a T1.
The tuners, pickup covers, tune-o-matic bridge and input jack have all been replaced with chrome because they look better and there is a bit of patina on the originals - which are included in the case pocket.
This guitar is built before Knaggs included build sheets. Please reach out with any questions. Thanks!
Details: Scale Length: 24.75″ Number of frets: 24 Finger board radius: 12” Fret wire: .104 / .047 Neck shape: “85” 1-21/32″ to 2-7/32″ Back Wood: Mahogany Neck wood: Mahogany Fingerboard wood: East Indian AAA Rosewood Headstock veneer: Ebony Finger board inlays: Morningstars Headstock inlay: Morningstar Plating: Nickel (chrome now) Tuning pegs: Vintage Kluson 3 on a side Nut: Bone Bridge: Knaggs Influence 2-in-1 bridge and string holder Strings: 10-46 Electronics: Switches: 3 Way Toggle Pots: 2 Volume 2 Tone Pickups: Seymour Duncan Seth Lovers There is only a surface scratch on the back shown in the last photo... otherwise it is close to mint. Some polishing swirls here and there. No dents or dings. Case does have a few minor scratches and scuffs. The Knaggs case is a superior case.