Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Teisco-made Japanese electrics in Milwaukee for $125

If you are looking for a two pickup MIJ late 60's Catalog guitar here are a couple possibilities in Wisconsin.

Don't expect modern specs, tone or playability - these weren't meant for serious players.  But they are fun.

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2 Japan made Lead Guitars(60's) Teisco? - $125 (Waterford)


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Date: 2011-01-11, 5:20AM CST

Reply to: sale-bsnks-2154466198@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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For sale: 2 Japan made 6 string lead guitars! One has the "Recco" emblem on headstock- all original and complete -except for the tremolo bar. 2 swtches(one for each pick up), 2 volume knobs and 1 tone control. All electronics work! Nice vintage guitar- possibly made by the Teisco plant for Recco? The other guitar is almost identical in the body styling and the pickgaurd and the electronics. The only difference is the neck style and no emblem on headstock. All electronics work on this guitar. Both guitars have tortoise shell pickguards -with no cracks or chips! The Recco has white knobs and white inlay on the 2 single coil pick ups. The no-name guitar has black knobs and black inlay on both of the single coil pick ups. Asking $140 for the Recco and $125 for the "no-name" guitar-(Buy both for $250). email or call: 262-514-3427 or 262-492-2706.

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