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Vintage Bruno Conqueror Electric Guitar ES 335 1967

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-10-13)
Price : US $199.95



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This guitar is a very well crafted three-tone sunburst hollow body that bears a striking resemblance to a Gibson ES-335. It has two single coil pickups controlled by two volume and two tone controls via a 3-way pickup selector switch. The body, f holes, neck and headstock are completely bound. The selector switch and headstock are covered with the same red tortoiseshell plastic used for the pick guard. The neck is made from 2 pieces of wood joined at the truss rod channel and attaches to the body with four bolts. The fretboard is rosewood. The top and back of the body are each made from a single slab but I haven't been able to identify the type of wood used yet. The bridge is fully adjustable. It looks like it has had very little use, I found one  just like this one on this web site http://www.vintaxe.com/guitars_japanese.htm It looks like mine is missing the pick guard but other than that it is in perfect shape it was check out by a friend of mine and every thing works neck is straight and has new strings along with a cardboard hard case that is in good shape


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-10-13)



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winford mclearran said...
I just recieved a conqueror electric guitar,and I'm interested in it's worth.

Cody Vermillion said...
Hi, i have one of these guitars and i was wondering how you knew the manufacturer date? Thanks