OVATION INSTRUMENTS, NEW HARTFORD, 1978
A SOLID-BODY ELECTRIC 12-STRING GUITAR, PREACHER, 1285-5
The logo at the headstock Ovation, the neckplate engraved E9585 and control cavity cover bearing the logo Ovation INSTRUMENTS, NEW HARTFORD CONN./ MADE IN U.S.A., with original hardshell case bearing a label inscribed OVATION PREACHER 12 STRING - BLACK W/ EMG'S #E9585 and SERIAL NO. DG1098; accompanied by facsimile copies of the shipment invoice and sales invoice from Ovation Instruments Inc. to Pink Floyd, dated 24th April 1978 and 7th June 1978, together with the original warranty registration card
Body length 16 3/8 in. (41.6 cm.)
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