Jacques Favino Petite Bouche (1982)
Selmer style guitar, slightly arched spruce top with "Petite Bouche" (small oval) soundhole, laminated Brazilian rosewood back and sides, 14-fret maple neck, 21-fret ebony fingerboard (recent refret by our shop), zero fret, pearl dot inlays, 1-11/16" nut width, 26-1/4" scale, ebony bridge, brass "DR" tailpiece, clear plastic pickguard, rosewood bound body, engraved nickel tuners with pearloid buttons replace originals, entire instrument has been oversprayed, built in Paris by Jean Pierre Favino (Jacques' son who took over building after his father's retirement in 1978), VGC+ except several repaired top cracks, top repair at lower edge of treble bout and plugged jack hole on treble side, on consignment, with arched-lid HSC. Gypsy Jazz guitar great John Jorgenson says "This is a great lead guitar." - price reduced * Sorry, this item cannot be shipped to any EU countries! * (SN:859)
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