Discovered in the foothills of Ellicott City, MD, "pre-Tulip" 1960's Teisco ET-200 is in beautiful condition. Since arriving at RSG, this single-owner guitar has undergone a thorough cleaning and restoration, and now plays brilliantly. It's been set up with low action, and the original frets have been re-seated and leveled. The plastic nut has been replaced with polished bone, for improved sustain and tonal control. All of the electronics have been cleaned and tested. This guitar also sports a NOS Teisco ET series tremolo arm, and the bridge assembly has been lightly modified to gently hold the arm in place. This modification is not permanent and doesn't damage the guitar in any way. Truly a collector's grade Teisco from a rare era, you'll be hard-pressed to find a nicer one out there.
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Finish: Original Redburst
Body Material: Mahogany Body
Neck Material: Mahogany Neck
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood Fingerboard
Neck Profile: C shape
Neck Thickness (IN): 1st .85" 12th 1.05"
Fingerboard Radius: 14"
Nut Width: 1.73 in.
Action @ 12th Fret:
Neck Relief: .007" @ 7th
Neck Details: Three piece mahogany bolt-on neck with bound rosewood fingerboard.
Electronics: Two pickups, on/off switches for each. Volume and tone controls for each pickup. Cleaned and tested. Original output jack.
Hardware: Original hardware. -NOS tremolo arm and original bridge cover.
Weight: 6.4 lbs.
Modifications / Repairs: Frets reseated, leveled. New bone nut installed. Trem arm pushes in, "flange clip" installed underneath bridge.
Case Details: N/A
Cosmetic Condition: Light wear. -Body has some dents, scratches and some areas of worn/chipped finish. -Neck has some scuffs and dents. Bridge cover has a few small dents.
Tech Notes: Plays well with low action and light neck relief. -Truss rod is adjustable. -Frets are narrow and low. Pickup switches require only a very light touch to be switched on/off.
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