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Martin Model America Double Back Guitar from 1906

guitarz.blogspot.com: This 1906 Martin Model America is somewhat of a mystery to me. I’ve done some quick searches and have found mostly links to pinterest posts. That, and the page I got these pictures from. What I cannot find is the “why’. I have no idea what the advantage would be to having a double […]

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Hohner EGS Ergonomic Guitar from 2007

guitarz.blogspot.com: I must have missed when Mr. Wilson posted the Black Hawk version of the Hohner EGS guitar. I’m sure I would have remembered seeing something like this before. Though it’s not really to my taste, I can see this 2007 Hohner EGS being appealing to some players. It has a lot of decent hardware […]

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Gretsch 7506 Acoustic guitar from 1972 with an unusual bridge.

guitarz.blogspot.com: This Gretsch 7506 initially caught my eye as it was not what I think of when I see the words “Gretsch” and “Acoustic” together. I’m used to the more ubiquitous triangular sound-hole that I thought was common to all of their flattop offerings.  Again, I stand corrected. Here we have a very traditional folk […]

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Norma EG-200 Teisco Split pickup guitar from the 1960s

guitarz.blogspot.com: We’ve looked at this awesome made in Japan Norma before on Guitarz, but I thought it was worth another look since this one recently popped up on eBay. I love the pickup selector on this split pickup guitar. I think every option is there, including All Off. And that tremolo is, for lack of […]

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Gemelli. An Incredible original offset Italian guitar from 1964

guitarz.blogspot.com: This Italian beauty caught my eye. I feel Ive seen a similar guitar but I cannot quite recall where. Made by Gemelli ( Italian for “twins” as it was a company founded by twin brothers) in 1964 this offset 4 pickup wonder has all the elements of a vintage Italian guitar. Glitter finish and […]

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Yamaki AY-361. A 1970s Japanese acoustic with a maple fretboard.

guitarz.blogspot.com: I’ve played a few Yamaki guitars and have always been pleased with them. I even took an old entry level one with a broken headstock and turned it into a Mandocello of sorts. It sounded great. This Yamaki AY-361 is unique to me in that it has a maple fretboard. I’d only ever seen this […]

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Anjo Guitar from the 1980s. Pointy madness that could only be 1980s

guitarz.blogspot.com: There’s not much I can say about this 1980s Anjo electric guitar that the pictures don’t already say. An obvious copy of a BC Rich, this pokey beast was likely made in Japan and would have the same level of craftsmanship that you’d find in a 1980s Japanese guitar. Currently listed for $225 Canadian. […]

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The BEANO official merchandise Dennie The Menace Guitar from John Hornby Skewes

guitarz.blogspot.com: Ah, seeing this Dennis The Menace official licensed BEANO guitar takes me right back to my junior school years, where I spent many happy hours reading comics, of which The Beano was my favourite. This BEANO guitar has been issued by John Hornby Skewes, they of UK budget brands Encore and Vintage. The headstock […]

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Heartfield RR-59 Made by Fender in Fujigen Factory 1992

guitarz.blogspot.com: We looked at Heartfield guitars once before with this RR-58 and I mentioned that I would love to see it in green ( it’s kind of a thing for me, green guitars ) and lo and behold here we have a green Heartfield RR-59. I think it looks incredible. I’ve yet to get my hands […]

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Rare Burns Steer from the early 2000s. Possible prototype.

guitarz.blogspot.com: Thanks to Bill Lovegrove on the facebook Burns Guitars and Amplifiers page for posting this Burns Steer.  This rare and possible prototype guitar looks like the love child of a regular Steer and a Brian May signature Red Special. Burns was producing both models at the time so the intermingling was quite likely.  Though […]

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