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Willy B

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  1. Hi My Grandfather was a minister in Canada - he passed away in 1933 but he used to go to meetings and play his guitar. It was a 1923 Gibson L-2. My father did not play nor do I so it has been secured since 1933 but regularly taken out and restrung etc. I got it in the 70s and took it in to a professional shop where they made sure all was good, restrung it and made me a substantial offer - over $2k then. I later had it appraised for $3500 but we have moved on to the UK and here it is. Too good to use and I really don't want to see it languish -my daughter took up the Cello. First prize for me would be for it to go to a Christian musician who will love the history of this rare guitar. Second prize would be for it to go to a really loving home. It is unlisted FON in the Spann book but check out the description in the EBAY ad I put it in. I would love to keep it but instruments need to be used and loved. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/264546649461?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
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