Even if it was in pristine condition I don't think that it would be worth anything. I'm considering taking it apart and maybe turning it into a mandolele (or is it ukalin?). Let me know what you think.
|This is where the neck joins the body. It's loose, but look at the state|
of the wood! Can anyone tell me what type of wood this is?
|The head is actually loose; It's been snapped off the|
neck. See here that a repair has been attempted, but
even if it ever worked, it doesn't any more!
|2 strings bad; 8 strings good; 4 strings better?|
|See here that it's lost the top fret. Why do you|
think those two nails have been put in?
|The body is pretty beaten up but see here the bow in the neck. The|
neck can be moved about pretty easily, but I think it is close to snapping!
|Here's a close-up of the neck repair. Look at the state of that wood!|
|I like the body, but the wood glue is no longer holding the pieces together.|
You can't really make it out here, but there are signs of cracks and other
damage from being dropped.
|Here's the label from inside|