Franklin (used, 2010) Style OM

Tag No 32-4134 Used
This item is NOW ON SALE!

#630, in excellent plus condition, with the original hard shell case.

Some may recall that Nick Kukich, originally of Sand Point, Idaho, was, in the 1970s and ‘80s, at least one decade ahead of his time as a private maker building master grade hand-crafted guitars. He worked in an era when being able to make a living at luthiery was not a given, as it nearly is today. His instruments are legendary (in a good way).   They were in extremely high demand in their own time and continue to be one of the most sought after six-string guitars.

The European Spruce top is trimmed with herringbone wood marquetry, with Indian Rosewood back and sides, the soundhole rosette bordered by alternating rings.   Tuners are nickel Waverly, the fretboard, headstock and bridge pins are all ebony with a Brazilian Rosewood bridge.   The top, back, heel cap and end piece are bound in grained ivoroid, nut and saddle are Mastodon, and bridge pins are ebony.   The neck shape is "C." 

The instrument plays with a close, comfortable action and its sound is crispy clear with depth and character, rife with vibratory affluence.  OUR PRICE WAS $7750 BUT IS NOW: 

Our SALE Price is $7,350.00.

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You may still add it to your want list, and we will contact you if your desired instrument comes in!

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