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Kinal Standard Telecaster Six String Electric-Flamed Maple

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Builder: Kinal Guitars & Basses-Mike Kinal.
Model: Standard Telecaster.
Serial Number: 038.
Black tolex rectangular hardshell case with dark blue padded interior .

Scale Length: 25-1/2 inches.
Neck Shape: Oval.
Width at Nut: 1-9/16 inches.
String Width at Bridge: 2-3/16 inches.
Overall Length: 38-3/8 inches.
Widest: 13 inches.
Weight: 7.8 pounds.

Neck: One piece maple, bolt-on (four bolts).
Fingerboard: Maple, 21 frets, small black dots on the face and side, white bone nut.
Body: Alder with flamed maple top.
Finish: Clear gloss.

Bridge: String through body, individual saddles, adjustable for string height and intonation, chrome finish.
Tuners: Vintage style with chrome finish.
Strap buttons:
Chrome, non-locking.
Outputs: 1/4" mono.

Pickup: One Lindy Fralin lead mounted in the bridge plate and one Kent Armstrong rhythm.
One volume, one tone and one three position pickup selector switch.

Fret wear: None.
Superficial wear:
One very small nick located on the rear edge of the body, about one-eighth inch below the side of the guitar.
Deep wear: None
Other: None
Hardware wear: None.
Pickups wear: None.
Overall Condition: Brand new.

Purchasing information.
Asking price: $1,350.
Consignment: No.
Trades Considered? No.
Offers Considered? No.
Location (contact): BunnyBass-NC (Jimmy) 1-877-437-1597-Toll free in the U.S.

     A splendid Telecaster six string guitar meticulosly crafted by Vancouver, B.C. luthier Mike Kinal. As always, Mike pays close attention to all details and produces a truly clean, crisp instrument with a classic Tele sound. Full and rich on the rhythm setting and biting and twangy when switched to the bridge pickup, this Tele offers a complete range of tones for any discerning guitarist. It would be capable of handling any musical style in any setting. The Tele has been the mainstay guitar for an array of players for quite a while and will continue to do so for years to come. It is a well designed instrument that is pretty difficult to improve on. Mike Kinal appreciates the genius of Leo Fender and while remaiining true to the style and sound of the orignal instrument, Mike manages to add his own signature of excellent craftsmanship to this beautiful guitar.

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