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Vintage 1964 Airline Amp in Case Supro National guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2006-01-17)
Price : US $570



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Another guitar from the collection of guitar historian and journalist Michael Wright.* THIS ACTUAL GUITAR WAS FEATURED IN THE HISTORY OF SUPRO ELECTRIC GUITARS PUCLISHED IN VINTAGE GUITAR MAGAZINE IN EARLY 1997. IT WAS ALSO IN THE GUITARS ON THE GO ESSAY IN VINTAGE GUITAR MAGAZINE OF DECEMBER 2004. More guitars from his collection will be posted over the next few weeks.

One of the major players in electric guitars was the National guitar company, the outfit formed in around 1926 in Los Angeles by the Dopyera brothers and George Beauchamp to develop the National resonator guitar. The idea was to increase the volume for Hawaiian guitarists. In around 1931 National was approached by a Arthur Stimson of Seattle, Washington, who’d invented an electro-magnetic pickup. Beauchamp urged this new invention on National, but they wanted nothing to do with it. Beauchamp left and joined their aluminum vendor, Adolph Rickenbacher, The Ro-Pat-In Electro “frying pan” became the first commercially successful electric guitar (Kay beat them by 4 or 5 years, but theirs was too early and a flop). These became Rickenbackers. The Dopyera’s left National in a dispute to form Dobro and introduced their own electric with the Stimson pickup. National and Dobro got back together and became big electric guitar makers during the 1930s. They moved to Chicago, changed their name to Valco, and were a big factor in the...


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