Tuesday, September 29, 2009

1960's Black Jack Semi-Hollow (Univox?) in Albany NY for $200



I've never seen this brand of guitar before - it has some of the Univox qualities but also resembles the Japnese made nationals from thelate 60's - lots of toggle switches on this Cross between and ES-335 and a Gretsch 5120.

rare vintage 'Black Jack' hollow body guitar for sale/trade - $200 (Albany)

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Date: 2009-09-18, 5:38PM EDT
Reply to: sale-maaxb-1381246994@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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awesome looking and sounding guitar!
after tons of searching online, all I could find was that these guitars were made in the 60s.
maybe you know more about it?
plays great!
keeps a good tune
similar to some Gretsch models!!!
one of the knobs needs to be looked at but everything besides that is great

looking to sell or trade for a synth/keyboard or nice mic. i also have a posting for an Oberheim and a Korg synth, a Rane Eq and an Ashly Comp. would be willing to combine for the right offer!!!!


Location: Albany
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3 comments:

  1. I bought a sunburst version of this exact guitar that I found on Denver's craigslist. I found no numbers or dates any where, even the headstock name plate was gone. I keep looking on line hoping someone will have more info, this is as close as I've come, thanks.

    Dannon Nicks
    www.dannonnicks.com

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  2. wooow i have at one like this. i am from mexico city. i hope upload many pictures of my guitar,

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  3. I just got this exact guitar

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