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Fender

Fender LAPSTEEL SQUARENECK (!!) Telecaster.CUSTOM SHOP. 1 of 4. 1995.ca.Mint cond.

Custom built by Fred Stuart.Very rare! Nicely flamed SQUARE maple neck with spagetti logo on head and also on the side of the neck facing the audience.2 piece lightweight swampash body in late 50s style blonde.Nitro finish.1 special Jazzmaster neck pickup with extra high magnets.Vintage style Tele bridge pickup.Cool tortoise pickguard.Pots dated 1995.Officially made only 3 pcs, for JERRY DOUGLAS, JEFF BECK AND WAYLON JENNINGS lapsteel player at the time.This is the 4th one (PROTOTYPE?).This one was sold privately from the fender custom shop.No # number, no tags or cert.Fender hardcase.All original.PRICE?Make us an offer OR. 29500 SEK

Lapsteel

Lapsteel Gibson BR-9.

Great sounding vintage 1950s lap.Nice!.incl orig hardcase.. 5900 SEK

Lapsteel - SOLD

Lapsteel Fender PEDALsteel 400. 8 strings. 1965.

Legendary model from Fender!Original Sunburst.Sounds great! Incl all original footpedals except 1.Original hardcase.. Crazy deal Sold

Lapsteel Guyatone. 1960s.

Same pickups as Ry Cooder uses.Sounds great!With cromed legs and tubacase.. Sold

Lapsteel Kay / Sherwood Standard. 1940s. ca.

Great sounding lapsteel here! 58 cm scale.New reissue tuners from Kluson and a new jack& Pyramid E tuning Hawaii strings. All rest is original.Nize rosewood coverplate.Big and original bone nut.Incl orig case. Wonderful!. Sold

Lapsteel National 1950s.

ART DECO!! Sounds legendary! Incl orig hardcase.. Sold

Lapsteel Oahu 1940/1950s.

Works fine.Set up with new strings and sounds great! Including the rare original hardcase! Too cool! . Sold

Lapsteel SX LG-1 model. With legs also. .Used, mint cond.

6 string.One singlecoil pickup.Mahogany body.Original gigbag included.. Superdeal Sold

Weissenborn

Weissenborn / HILO koa lapsteel. 1922-1926. Good condition.

All Hawaiian solid KOA with 6- 3/4 inch bridge. "The factory guitars from 1922-1926 are lightly braced and have a bridge that is 6-3/4 inches from point to point. The factory guitars from 1927-1937 are heavily braced and have bridges that are 5-1/2 inches point to point. The shorter bridges are a spotting feature for me. From my standpoint, the 1922-1926 factory guitars sound better than the 1927-1937 because they vibrate more, giving that long sustain and ethereal Weissenborn sound". "Jerry Douglas plays a Weissenborn Style 1, and tunes it to open D (D A D F# A D). He uses D Addario phosphor bronze strings with gauges of .014, .016. .026, .036, .044, and .060"...Incl new TT hardcase.Price?.
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