Bruno Parlor Guitar c.1900


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A really great sounding parlor! Made sometime around 1900 of all solid woods, including Brazilian rosewood for the back and sides.  The neck has a well defined V shape and a tight radius on the fingerboard (seems to be like 7-7.25″, our gauges go down to 7.5″), which also seems to be slightly compound radiused as well, with the tighter diameter being closer to the headstock.  We reset the guitar’s neck and repaired one back crack.  There were other crack repairs done to this in the past. There is some fingerboard wear in the first position. The inlaid rosette has been repaired.  There is a crack at the soundhole, towards the neck, but it doesn’t affect anything. There is a large brace underneath, and it ends there. A few of the tuner buttons have small cracks, but work just fine and pose no issue.  There is also normal wear, chips, scratches and tiny impressions, consistent with a guitar of this age. This very light guitar plays easily and has wonderful tone! It is in very good condition and comes with a chipboard case. A really nice guitar!

  • Solid spruce top
  • Solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides
  • Ebony fingerboard, nut and bridge
  • 23 1/2″ scale length
  • 1 3/4″ nut width
  • Chip case


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