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Maya Telecaster, 1970’s electric guitar. Made in Kobe, Japan

Maya Telecaster, 1970’s electric guitar. Made in Kobe, Japan

Maya Telecaster, 1970’s electric guitar. Made in Kobe, Japan

This is an opportunity to buy a super-rare early Japanese electric guitar from Kobe. This guitar is the Telecaster version. The Maya factory was destroyed in an earthquake in the 1990’s.

This Telecaster, the TL-26, plays well with its superfast maple neck with black fret dots. The frets and fingerboard are in good condition. The action is low and the headstock is in good condition. The tuners are original. The lower e-string tuner has a small ding in the back but this does not affect tuning.

The electrics work as they should. The original 2-ply scratch plate is free from cracks and undue finger marks. The body has got some markings on it. These are mostly on the edges. This includes about 5 small chips to the paint and some general marks to the paint. There is a small crack in the neck pocket under the 4-bolt neck plate. This does not move.

If you don’t want the Westfield Tweed hard case, then please make it clear in your offer and take £30 off my asking price. Other than that, I’m not taking offers thanks. It’s too rare and too good.

Note: The stand in the images is not included in the sale

Maya Telecaster, 1970’s electric guitar. Made in Kobe, Japan

This is an opportunity to buy a super-rare early Japanese electric guitar from Kobe. This guitar is the Telecaster version. The Maya factory was destroyed in an earthquake in the 1990’s.

This Telecaster, the TL-26, plays well with its superfast maple neck with black fret dots. The frets and fingerboard are in good condition. The action is low and the headstock is in good condition. The tuners are original. The lower e-string tuner has a small ding in the back but this does not affect tuning.

The electrics work as they should. The original 2-ply scratch plate is free from cracks and undue finger marks. The body has got some markings on it. These are mostly on the edges. This includes about 5 small chips to the paint and some general marks to the paint. There is a small crack in the neck pocket under the 4-bolt neck plate. This does not move.

If you don’t want the Westfield Tweed hard case, then please make it clear in your offer and take £30 off my asking price. Other than that, I’m not taking offers thanks. It’s too rare and too good.

Note: The stand in the images is not included in the sale

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