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Old 09-14-2017, 09:47 PM
SijbrenLeonard SijbrenLeonard is offline
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It is a 1935 Olympic in good condition - the same year as David Rawlins' Olympic. It has no cracks and the neck is excellent. It has had a re-fret at some time, a new scratch plate, bridge and tailpiece, the logo has worn off (it has the label under the f hole) but is otherwise original, with what is probably the original cardboard case.
Hi, thegreypicker! I'm at a luthier school in Upplands Väsby, Sweden. Next is the archtop course and I'm gonna build an Olympic inspired one. You wouldn't happen to know how wide the sides are? I don't mean the total width of the whole body including the highest point of the arched top and back. Just the sides. I can't find info on it anywhere.

I would be in your debt if you could provide that info!
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