1957 Fender Stratocaster!
Guitar is USED and shows signs of age/playwear. Overall good condition for its age.
**Guitar is used but in great shape for its age. Has playwear marks on the back and occasional random/small nicks in paint but in an impressive condition for vintage instrument.
The Duo-Jet stands as one of Gretsch's most iconic guitars and certainly its most iconic solidbody. This chambered solidbody is most closely associated with George Harrison who played one in the early Beatles era and throughout his whole career. While not as collectable as their Gibson or Fender counterparts, vintage Duo-Jets are amongst the most prized Gretsch solidbody guitars.
This is an all original Duo-Jet built in 1958. It's had some major body repairs on the neck near the headstock and on the back near the cavity. The guitar was cracked and professionally repaired. This guitar plays and sounds beautifully.
Released as the result of a collaboration between Mosrite and surf-rock group The Ventures, the Mosrite Ventures electric guitar was a short-lived, funky child of the '60s. High-gain pickups and a super slim neck, as well as a unique tremolo system, characterize the Ventures, and although the Ventures was reborn in various forms throughout Mosrite's existence, the models from the 1960s are considered the most collectible.
This is a real deal 1959 Supro Rhythm Master in Sunburst finish. It's a rare model that was made in the original Chicago Valco factory. The guitar features two original patent number oversized single coil pickups, along with a piezo pickup. The little screws on the side are small pots, that you can adjust the volume & tone for each pickup.
Teisco was a Japanese budget brand that produced guitars starting in the late '40s. By the early '60s, Teisco guitars became increasingly unique with a number of original shapes and designs being produced. Those imported to the United States were branded as Teisco Del Rey starting in 1965. Collector interest in Teisco and other budget import brands has increased in the past several years. Teiscos are notoriously difficult to date and identify as no comprehensive records were kept during production. The ET-200 was a two pick-up version of an earlier design.
Years of Production: 1960s
Design Elements: Two single-coil pickups, floral pickguard, dot inlays