1980 14-fret Oval Hole #702
I bought this guitar from BIRELI LAGRENE in early 2001...sold it..bought it back..sold it.. and now it's back in my life for the third time.. three piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard..laminated rosewood back and sides solid cedar top... outfitted with a set of DR tuners and tailpiece.. over the course of it's life, it was refretted, and shows signs of a light overspray.. it has the Jacques label with his signature.. he was "retired" but would come to the workshop once a week to lend a hand to Jean Pierre and Ugo.. this is a perfect example of their work in great shape..no cracks anywhere..playability ..tone..sustain..reverb..volume.. a great guitar that needs nothing but to be played.. NHSC $9,500.00
1986 Lefty Patrick Saussois #965
In April of 1986, Patrick Saussois took delivery of this guitar that he had custom built. The label reads "construite pour Patrick Saussois..Affectueuement..
Jean Pierre Favino" with the serial number # 965, This shows further proof that Jean Pierre continued to use his father's serial numbering scheme as late as 1986.
Selmer size, it has the classic Favino three piece maple neck with an ebony fingerboard. brazilian laminated back and sides and european spruce top. Jean Pierre crafted
a wooden tailpiece of ebony and put the PS initials on it. at some point, Patrick may have been curious to check as to how different the guitar might sound with a "conventional" metal tailpiece.. the original is now back on. apart from a couple of hits and scrapes, the guitar is in excellent condition. the action, playability and sound are spot on.. Letfy Favino guitars are quite rare.. this one comes a celebrated "Gadjo" who is missed for his charming personality, quick with a smile, and with a tremendous contribution the the "rebirth" of the genre, with his playing and efforts through his own "Djaz" label..