Iucci 3 octave 1930's


Product Code: GA011

$ 5,250.00
$ 5,250.00

Michael Iucci of New York is somewhat obscure as a banjo maker, more so as a mandolin maker, and completely unknown as a guitar maker. We wish we could have seen this guitar in its original form, before someone gave it a DIY sunburst treatment, and someone else added a cutaway (we presume someone else because the quality of the work is a little better). The bridge is unique and easily adjustable, thanks to the huge wheels. Iucci's patented three-fingered In-Tune tailpiece incorporates the same string-length theory as Epiphone's Frequensator and Gretsch's stairstep, i.e. longer length for bass strings, shorter for treble strings, but each rod on the Iucci is topped by a pair of cool fine-tuners. The body is 18 3/16" wide and of laminated maple. And best of all, this guitar has a wonderfully rich sound. Perfect for the collector who thought he had everything. In a hard case

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