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AYP Today Warehouse Sale 19 - Closed - The bidding starts on 4/8/2019 @ 6:00pm EST and begins to end on 4/15/2019 @ 7:00pm

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Art & Lutherie Cedar Antique Burst Acoustic Guitar. Model 01409003383. Please note the fourth tag is missing at the bottom as seen in the pictures. Signed by the artist Godin, made in Quebec, Canada. It needs to be restrung. From the early age of seven Robert Godin had already acquired a passion for the guitar, as well as some notable skills as a young player. By the time he had reached the ripe old age of fifteen he was integral to the operation of his aunt's music store and utilized his skills to both teach the finer points of guitar as well as repair damaged instruments. By 1971, after setting out on his own Godin had discovered the tiny Canadian village known as La Patrie and began the inception of his first line of guitars known as the Norman Line. The company's ultimate goal was to produce guitars having some of the same qualities as more expensive guitars, but at prices that were more accessible to the working musician. In particular, Godin focuses on production of fine tops utilizing old growth wood and shimmering varnish finishes in order to produce the best sound and most beautiful acoustic guitars possible for the money. Godin guitars now produce a number of separate lines including Norman, Art & Lutherie, Seagull, Simon and Patrick, La Patrie, Richmond and TRIC each of which is handcrafted in Canada and exported all over the world to aspiring musicians. The Cedar Antique Burst has a solid pressure tested Cedar top and 3 ply Wild Cherry wood back and sides. Wild Cherry when utilized as tone wood in instruments tends to produce pitches ranging between the subdued tones of Mahogany and the brighter crisper sounds of Maple. When synthesized with the Cedar top the sound tends to be well mixed and representative of treble, mid and bass regions of the sound spectrum. An arched rosette graces the top as well adding strength and beauty to the guitar. The entire body is hand finished with a semi gloss varnish finish which helps the guitar to maintain sound integrity and beauty over time. The fingerboard and bridge of the guitar are composed of Redwood while the nut and saddle are both comprised of the bone substitute know as Tusq.
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