1960s Danelectro Convertible, No Pick-Up
This is a Danelectro Convertible from between 1958 and 1969, their original production run. These quirky little guitars were produced with or without electronics, hence the name, as an owner could convert their instrument from electric to acoustic. This instrument is on the acoustic side of things, having an empty soundhole and metal caps where the pots and jack would go. The body is made of Masonite, so the sound is sort of thin and jangly. The U shaped neck is a little bit wavy but plays just fine. The headstock seems to be missing its logo, but it could have been produced this way, as the Danelectro factory was known for being pretty loose as far as letting oddities leave the floor. This guitar may not have a super appealing acoustic sound, but it is begging for all the upgrades and weird modifications you can dream up; make it your own and convert away! If you are looking for a vintage oddity or a canvas to make totally you own, then look no further than this Danelectro Convertible. Ships in a gig-bag
Weight: 5 lbs. 4 oz.
Nut Width: 1 ⅝”
6/10 (good condition) c.1960s Made in the USA
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