2009 Mazaud Gypsy Jazz Guitar + HSC

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At A Glance:
Year: 2009
Finish: Original clear
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 1.79

Case: Hard
Fingerboard: Ebony
Neck wood: Maple
Body wood: Maple
Tuners: Gotoh originals

    This June 2009 Mazaud Gypsy Jazz Guitar is a stunning instrument that captures the essence of the classic French Jazz Manouche guitars. 

    The guitar features a beautiful handcrafted spruce top and figured maple back and sides, providing a biting and rich tone that is perfect for this style of music. The neck is also made of figured maple and features a smooth, comfortable profile that is easy to play with a nice action.

    The guitar has a traditional oval soundhole, which gives it a distinctive voice that stands out from other guitars in its class. The bridge is made of rosewood and is designed to deliver optimal string response and intonation. The guitar also features an ebony fingerboard and a zero fret, which ensures accurate intonation and a consistent tone across all frets.

    The hardware on this guitar is top-notch, with gold-plated Gotoh tuners that provide excellent tuning stability and precision. The guitar is also equipped with a custom-made tailpiece that sets the guitar perfectly off and harks back to the 30's 40's Selmer originals.

    Overall, this 2009 Mazaud Gypsy Jazz Guitar is an exceptional instrument that delivers the classic Jazz Manouche sound and feel. It is a perfect choice for players who demand the best in tone, playability, and craftsmanship.

    Serial number is 200 and it includes its hard case. Closest new model from Alain Mazaud is his Modèle 36.


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