This is a curious guitar from ‘60s-’70s Korea; an EG409-2T that heavily resembles a Japanese vintage. The only determining label is a very faded “made in Korea” sticker on the back of the headstock and the model number on the neck plate. Wherever it's from, this is a very nice piece, with a solid hard-wood body and neck and a rosewood fretboard. It does have the typically Japanese pick-up switches and two Strat style knobs. The guitar has a very low, round bass sound, but the treble sound is a bit on the weak side. Where this guitar really shines is with some high-gain tube sound, where the neck pick-up can produce some great garage-style tones. It is missing its tremolo arm and spring and the neck is slightly wavy with a small twist, but this does not greatly affect playability. Sorry, no case on this one.
5 lbs. 12 oz.
6/10 (good condition) c.1960s-70s Made in Korea
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