Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Apollo (Kawai) Bison 60's MIJ electric in Huntsville AL for $250

This seller is offering a very nice looking Apollo that has the typical "Bison" type styling of the Japanese Kawai's. These were Japan's attempt at making higher end electric copies in the late 1960's - and this one appears to be in very nice shape.  Lots of chrome and binding and stylizing - not for the faint of heart.

I had an Apollo baritone years ago and it was a cool, funky, heavy duty garage rock surf guitar.


vintage japanese electric - $250 (limestone county)

Date: 2012-05-28, 11:09PM CDT
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Near mint condition, all original Japanese Apollo guitar, the best preserved 60's guitar i have ever seen.
comes with original case and truss rod adjuster. Don't miss this one!
sunburst, maple neck, bound rosewood fretboard. 5 piece pickgaurd, metal hardwhare, bigsby type trem with bridge cover, 3 pick ups with 3 on/off switchesand volume controls, 1 tone.
One of the coolest guitars ever! Plays and sounds great! must see!


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