1971 Giannini GWSCRA12-P Craviola
This 1970's Craviola 12 string is in very good condition, sounds amazing and has the best neck I've ever played on a 12 string guitar. This guitar was made famous by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin recording legendary songs such as Stairway to Heaven, and Tangerine.
Jimmy Page playing Tangerine, San Diego Sports Arena
San Diego CA, June 23, 1972General Specs Body: Solid Sitka Spruce top and laminated Rosewood back and sides Finish: Natural Neck: Rosewood thru body Fingerboard: Rosewood with pearl diamond/dot markers Frets: 20 Bridge: Rosewood Headstock: Rosewood Tuners: Gold Grovers Hardware: None Pickguard: Tort ABS pickguard Pickups: None Controls: None
Years in use: Sept. 1971 - June 1972
The Giannini GWSCRA12-P Craviola Acoustic was seen on stage from September 24, 1971 to June 28, 1972. Page had two separate guitars, the differences most recognizable by the the fret marker inlays (One model has dot markers & a black pickguard, while a more ornate model has diamond fret markers and a tortoise pickguard). They were used on stage for Tangerine.
This guitar sounds amazing and is unlike any other 12 string you will ever hear or play.
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