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Ultra GS, Teal, Single H

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miket1117
Posted 2020-05-23 11:35 PM (#552150)
Subject: Ultra GS, Teal, Single H


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Hello!
Wondering if anyone... Mr. Ovation maybe? ... could provide info on these. Saw mr. o's name in a post on these from 2018. decided to start a new thread.

There's a guy here locally selling a teal Ultra GS. Has a scalloped, two-tone headstock, metalflake finish... more turquiose to me than teal. single hmbkr at the bridge... got a Hamer or that ilk look to it... like an 80s thing.

he doesn't say, but to my eye, even with so-so photps, its at least EXC or NM. doesn't mention or show case.

not sure it's my style... i was more into Deacons, Breadwinners and Vipers in the day. anyway, i know nthing about them... the humbucker looks bad-das tho' and i've been wanting a single pup bang machine.

any info is good info as i have no info at all. quite so! Thanks!
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Beal
Posted 2020-06-04 4:03 PM (#552232 - in reply to #552150)
Subject: Re: Ultra GS, Teal, Single H



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Location: 6 String Ranch
Karen parts, assembled in North Carolina. probably worth 200-300. More than likely it has a whammy bar?
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2020-06-05 9:43 AM (#552236 - in reply to #552150)
Subject: Re: Ultra GS, Teal, Single H


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Miles (Mr. Ovation) had a bunch of them. I used to browse his site frequently, but I don't recall ever seeing one with a metalflake finish. There were two types of bridges used, Fulcrum and Kahler. The Kahler would be preferable to most.
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