Used Danelectro Dead on '67 Baritone Guitar Limey
This beauty got traded in by a collector. This is a super fun guitar to play and shockingly light weight at 6lbs 6.8oz. The neck is straight, truss rod works and the action is nice and playable. The frets are in near-perfect condition as well. There are no dings, dents or scratches to be found. The plastic is still on the metal control plate and truss rod cover. However, this was probably stored with too much tension on the bridge and it has sunk, misshaping it. The bridge is concave. If becomes more of an issue you simply raise the bridge. You may be able to find one of these bridges for a direct replacement, however, we were unsuccessful. Once the issue was brought to our attention we lowered the price $100. That should give you enough room to repair or replace the bridge if you choose to do so. So, grab yourself a lower octave with some cool vintage flare!
The Dead-On '67 Baritone Electric Guitar from Danelectro features a long scale length for lower tuning, a satin finish, nickel hardware, a truss rod that adjusts at the headstock, the original swivel rosewood bridge that intonates, and souped-up Lipstick pickups. The "Dead-On 67" guitar also features the original Danelectro tremolo and split pickguard.
- Longer 27.75" baritone scale length for lower tuning
- Dual lipstick single-coil pickups
- Two volume and two tone controls
- Rosewood bridge with tremolo bridge/tailpiece
- Nickel hardware
- Adjustable truss rod
- Satin finish
- Split pickguard