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Database TB1000S #264

Model:   TB1000S
Type:   Standard - Guitar
Body:   Magnolia
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #264
Date Purchased:   06/02/2018
Date Submitted:   06/09/2018
Last Modified:   06/09/2018

First Name:   Stevie
Last Name:   Loveless
Country:   usa

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Description

Description:   1975 Travis Bean TB1000S Standard #264.

A very early TB1000S in a rare original factory White finish! Fantastic, 9/10 condition with only minor finish wear. All original with the exception of the speed knobs, which came off a mid-70's Gibson SG and are the correct knobs as Travis Bean was ordering theirs from Gibson at the time. The solder joints are untouched and the serial number is present on the headstock, end of the neck, as well as under the bridge and on the inside of the body.

This guitar plays very well and the aluminum neck feels fantastic with a full, rounded profile. This one features the wider, more sought after 1.75" nut width compared to the ultra thin 1.5" nut width that many Beans have. The original stock frets barely show any wear at all and are in amazing shape! The action is setup nice and low with clean playability across the entire fingerboard.

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