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1960's Toledo (Aria Japan) Hollow Body Electric Guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-03)
Price : US $178.50

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This is a Vintage Toledo Double Cutaway Hollow Body Electric Guitar. it has two single pickups with either selectable or both on or both off. A few dings on this guitar but for a vintage piece of canadian music history it is minor, this is the ony toledo guitar I have ever seen, it is rare and a collectors item for sure. Plays well, with good action and clean tight sounds. Own your piece of history

'Toledo' guitars were made by Aria Guitars of Japan under contract for the Canadian Conservatory of Music, a music school chain based in Toronto with braches all across Canada.   The School went to Aria to supply them with playable and good value instrument that would be marketed to their own students.  Everyone who has contacted this site has always commented on how will these guitars played, a testament to the roll of these guitars.  The Conservatory imported Toledo branded Aria guitars through most of the 60's and early 70's.  Any Toledo brand guitars found outside of Canada have been bought there buy their owners.

Aria Guitars  is one of the older Japanese guitar manufactures, and they built a nice guitar with decent workmanship. If you see an old Aria, many of them have the same design elements, switches, knobs, etc, and even the font used for the name plate is the same.  Aria still builds an extensive line of guitars to this day. 


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Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-03)

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Morley said...
Got it back - Just raised the fretboard with a 1/8 shim. now the action's prefect & it sounds awsome. P.S. - Thanks to "Sound of Music " for the wiring job.

Morley said...
I just sent mine in to be rewired - 10 days in the shop & it\'s still disassembled - - - - -grrrrrrrr!