Vintage 50's Stella Electric Guitar Japan MIJ
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-12-19)
Price : US $500.00
This is an extremely rare guitar. It's a 50's guitar. This isn't a Stella made by Harmony. Stella didn't make electronics, they only made acoustics. This is a kind of a mystery guitar, people aren't sure if it was made in Japan or Europe. There was one similar to it featured in Vintage Guitar Magazine, except for the one they had shown was only the 2 pickup model. This is a 3 pickup version and it looks like it has binding around the guitar. All electronics are original on this guitar, and have no issues. The guitar has checking of the paint, this is pretty noticeable on the neck. This can either be made to be an amazing player, or it can be kept strictly for bragging rights to own a very rare guitar. This is one of the first Japanese electric guitars to ever been manufactured. The electronics on the inside of the guitar seem to be unmodified. No case is included with this but the guitar will be packaged very well. If you have any questions just email me. I can also email more pictures if interested. Since this is a vintage instrument it is sold as is, so please ask all the questions you want. I ONLY SHIP TO THE US, also if paypal is used it has to be a confirmed account with a verified address. No bidders with no feedback or negative feedback.
IF YOU WANT LARGER OR MORE DETAILED PICTURES JUST MESSAGE ME YOUR EMAIL AND ILL SEND THEM.
From the bottom of the guitar to the longer horn it's 16 inches, on the lower end of the guitar it's 12 inches wide, the wood on the body is an 1 and a half thick.
This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-12-19)
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