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RichM752 07-25-2018 06:51 PM

2017 Froggy Bottom H-14 5A Brazilian
Selling the Froggy. PM or email any questions/concerns. $19,000 with free next day air delivery. I'm open to offers. Will consider a trade involving small bodied Goodall , or a prewar small bodied Martin.

Bondo 07-25-2018 07:47 PM

2017 Froggy Bottom H-14 5A Brazilian
Wow, I would love to play and hear that beauty! Best of luck with your sell. I'm very spoiled playing Goodall's, but really wish I had the bank account for your Froggy! I rarely respond to add's but this one deserves a response. I've played a few Froggy Bottom's and they always blow me away!

All the Best,


GWF 07-29-2018 03:36 PM

Froggy bump. Lol. I had a couple frogs a few years back. I switched gears for guitars that were more traditional builds, but I have to say, this one has me thinking.

cufflinkcraze 08-06-2018 07:32 AM

stunning just stunning. Best to your sale :)

psr-740 08-14-2018 04:12 PM

Bump from me:)

collingsnyc 08-19-2018 12:03 PM

Stunning wood. Those saw marks are beautiful.

louis lasky 08-25-2018 06:51 AM

Man, this one is stone gorgeous. I love Glenn's work and the Brazilian on this guitar is 2nd to none. GLWS!

M Sarad 09-18-2018 11:15 AM

The Brazilian is beyond belief.

usb_chord 10-25-2018 08:35 PM

You gotta love that Brazilian! Best of luck with the sale!

v32 finish 11-22-2018 08:30 PM

Hey there, just wanted to comment that this is an exceptionally beautiful guitar. (unfortunately way out of my means), especially love the area around the neck and the heel. just exquisite workmanship .

Along with wanting to wish you good luck with your sale, something in your ad kind of reminded me of a question I've had for some time: you said in your original posting that you'd send it Next Day Air. I've always been curious (but never asked) if this is a safe and viable way to send a guitar. I guess I always just assumed that in a cargo hold at 30,000 feet, there would be no relative humidity to keep a guitar safe.... along with the temperature...?? but i just don't know ... again, I'm sorry if this post is out of place, I don't mean it at all to be rude or anything but I am just curious, do people actually send guitars via Air shipment? Have you done it before with no adverse effects?

Best of luck and hope you find it a new home. wish it could be me! :)


verbs4us 11-24-2018 04:12 PM

A little story about temperatures. When I ordered my Frog, Michael sent it by next day air from Vermont to New York City--in January. Who knows how long it sat on the tarmac, or in some truck readying for its route order. Or on the loading dock in my building. When I asked if that was safe for the guitar, he said, "just let it sit at room temp in the case, unopened, for 24 hours." Later I heard from others who said it's not the extremes of temp that matter, but how fast the instrument has to change temp. Slow is ok; fast can be trouble.

Otis11 01-17-2019 05:25 PM

Just wow. That’s one gorgeous guitar.

If this was short scale, I might have to find a way to convince my wife I need it. So beautiful.

gitarro 03-29-2019 12:46 AM

Thats a sight u dont see that much nowadays in a modern guitar - very nice brazilian rosewood with sawmarks. I last saw a similar pattern on the back of a 1930 martin OM28...

RichM752 03-29-2019 10:52 AM

Quarter sawn brazilian is a thing of the past. This back came from some old Martin stock that Michael had purchased in early 70's.

Diamondave 03-29-2019 06:40 PM

Thats some special Brazilian....

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