Excellent condition featuring dreadnought body size, solid mahogany back and sides, solid Sitka spruce top, multiple bound top body edges, single bound back body edges, decorative soundhole rosette, three point ebony bridge with bone saddle, set three piece mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl dot inlays starting at the first fret, bone nut, three point Grammer peghead shape with black and white plastic peghead face veneer and The Grammer Guitar engraving, multi-ply black and white plastic truss rod cover, three per side individual Grover Rotomatic tuning machines, natural finish and modern hard shell case.
This 1971 Grammer G30 flattop is in excellent cosmetic condition. It shows only light signs of play wear and appears to be have been very well cared for. There is a name scratched into the heel cap that I have photographed. Living and working in Nashville and the surrounding areas my entire life, I have seen my fair share of Grammer guitars and this one is by far the cleanest example that I’ve encountered in many years. The top is flat, the neck set angle is optimal and the truss rod is completely functional. This instrument has no open or repaired cracks. The original frets are in excellent condition and this guitar has just been set up and it plays great up and down the fingerboard. This guitar has plenty of saddle and could be set up for even lower action if desired. This guitar appears to have come from the factory without a pickguard - there are no signs or footprint of a pickguard ever being installed.
This G-30 is one of the best sounding Grammer guitars I have heard. A mahogany and spruce dreadnought, this guitar delivers the tones one would expect from such a model with clear trebles and focused bass. A great strummer, this guitar would make an excellent studio recording tool. This being said, the guitar is clean enough for a collector's stable. If you are a Grammer enthusiast or if you're just looking for a cool old flattop, this G-30 is an instrument to consider. This is a great opportunity to own a completely playable and good sounding piece of Nashville history.