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provines
12-27-2011, 01:37 PM
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My good friend and mentor, WhenDogsSing, has inspired me to reduce my collection so here is my Blueridge Tenor Guitar. Now, it's not a uke but it only has four strings and is tuned EBGD so you could call it a super-baritone :)

It is like new and comes with a nice chipboard case. The only reason I'm selling it is because I bought a Martin tenor guitar and I don't need two.

I removed the plastic pick guard and replaced it with a Goncalo Alves pick guard. It looks a lot sharper I think.

I'd like $300 which includes shipping to lower 48.

PM me or e-mail dprovines@provines.net

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provines
12-27-2011, 01:39 PM
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provines
12-29-2011, 03:43 AM
Placed this on Evil-Bay but will pull it if someone here wants it first.

seonachan
12-30-2011, 04:18 AM
I have a Blueridge tenor and for the price you can't beat them.

provines
01-06-2012, 03:26 AM
Bump for fun and now Free Shipping to lower 48 that is.....

I pulled it from EvilBay because I had second thoughts about selling it. If it sells here great, if not, I'll keep it. It is styled after Martin’s 1960’s 0-18 which now cost $3000+ if you can find one. Heck, it's got a solid top so $300 or $3000? :)

Mouthy1
01-06-2012, 05:01 AM
I just starting playing guitar too and would pick this up without any hesitation(would probably try to trade actually) but it only has 4 strings!? Don't get me wrong, I am still a Uker at heart and play every single day but my wife wants to learn the guitar so I am learning with her. Need to build up my relationship capital account! Okay, back on subject, it needs more strings to be a guitar so I can't do it.

provines
01-06-2012, 05:32 AM
It is called a tenor guitar. It was created back in the day to help banjo players move to the guitar when banjo music began to wane. It is supposed to be be tuned like a banjo; but with the tenor strings of a standard guitar set, you can tune it "Chicago Style" EBGD like a normal guitar. So it helps someone like me who started playing strings on a four string uke move to a larger instrument and not get befuddled with the two extra bass strings.

provines
01-07-2012, 11:32 AM
This has been sold.

Rondog
01-09-2012, 05:57 PM
WOW!!! Someone scored a great deal on this! What a rarity! They sound great too! When I was buying my Seagull S6 I debated getting the Blueridge but either couldn't find one or was too expensive. Awesome bright poppy sound! And the tune is like angels singing! A bluegrass musicians dream! Suprised you wanted to part with it....

provines
01-10-2012, 03:54 AM
WOW!!! Someone scored a great deal on this! What a rarity! They sound great too! When I was buying my Seagull S6 I debated getting the Blueridge but either couldn't find one or was too expensive. Awesome bright poppy sound! And the tune is like angels singing! A bluegrass musicians dream! Suprised you wanted to part with it....

I bought a Martin Tenor. The Blueridge is a great guitar for the price point, but a Martin..... wow.