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Rickenbacker (Electro String) Model B Spanish guitar

Rickenbacker Electro String Spanish Model B Bakelite electric guitar

The Rickenbacker Electro String Model B was the Spanish version of the molded Bakelite Model B Hawaiian Guitar. Electro String introduced them in the summer of 1935. It was available as a six string standard model or a four string tenor guitar. These first Bakelite Spanish Guitars had a detachable necks with twenty-three frets. These frets were a molded part of the finger board: when they wore out the player had to replaced the whole neck.

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Rickenbacker Spanish

Rickenbacker Spanish, electric archtop guitar

The Rickenbacker Spanish (SP model) was an arch-top acoustic-electric guitar with a maple body and a spruce top. The necks and bodies were made for Rickenbacker by another company (possibly Harmony or Gibson). The SP was made from the mid 1940s until 1950, when it was discontinued due to the high cost of the OEM bodies. The SP featured an arched spruce top with maple back and sides, a bound neck with block inlays, adjustable bridge, trapeze tailpiece and a horseshoe pickup with single tone and volume controls. The headstock featured a large t-shaped logo plate.

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GIBSON 335-S (Reissue)

Gibson 335-S solid bodied electric guitar with sunburst finish

Gibson reissued the 335-S Standard model in 2011 as the 335-S. The 335-S is a solid maple bodied version of the ES-335TD, with slightly smaller and thinner body but with the same hardware and controls. Desgined for players who want the look and feel of the legendary ES-335, but need a smaller, sleeker, solidbody guitar. The 335-S is finished with nitrocellulose Vintage Sunburst or Silverburst finish, pickups are "reverse-zebra-striped" burstbuckers.

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According to Guild, the Stuart X700 was the ultimate in electric jazz guitars, the pride of their sound engineers and wood craftsmen. Its distinctive fast-action neck was fashioned of 5-piece selected maple and mahogany. The choice ebony fretboard was elegantly inlaid with deluxe two-tone abalone and mother of pearl position markers. The Stuart's full "Venetian" cutaway body was 17 3/4" wide by 3 1/2" deep and boasted the same graduated carved solid spruce top as the Artist Award.

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The GUILD X150D SAVOY was the two pickup version of the X150 single cutaway archtop. The X150D was introduced in 1998 and made until around 2003.  The X150D body is laminated curly maple; the neck is mahogany with a rosewood fretboard and block inlays. The Savoy had two custom designed Guild chrome plated humbucking pickup, with chrome Grover tuners and Guild harp tailpiece. Available in Blonde and Antique Sunburst, also in left handed configuration.

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Jon Harper introduced the Marin model in 1997. The Marin had a single cutaway Wolfgang / Axis style mahogany body with a flame or quilt maple top. The maple neck had a pau ferro fingerboard (12" radius) with 22 tall medium or jumbo sized frets. The standard bridge was a strings-though-body unit - with Floyd Rose tremolo as an option. It had Sperzel Locking Tuners, 1 three way pickup selector, 1 volume control, Gold, Black or Chrome hardware. Choice of Red, Blue and Purple Translucent finishes or just a clear finish for the top. Clear finish on the back and sides.

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