- acoustic guitars
- bass guitars
- electric guitars
The Electa brand name was used for a range of electric guitars, acoustic guitars and basses distributed in Australia. It was first used in the 1970s but it has been used recently as 2009. The 1970s models were made in Japan by the Fujigen Factory (where Ibanez guitars were made), for many of the Electa models there is an identical Ibanez branded model. This brand should not be confused with the similar sounding "Electra" brand of the same period which were made by the Matsumoku factory in Japan.
The recent Electa models (in the 2000s) were most likely made in China, given their budget price tag. They are distributed by the Lamberti Brothers Company of Melbourne. The current electric guitar range is based on Gibson designs, including a Les Paul, 335, flying V and double-cut LP.