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Standel Custom electric guitar black -69 #2-69, beg. (Stockholm)

Very Good condition, 7/10, including black original hardcase with red lining and original leather strap, 2 pickups, 2 slide switches, 2 knobs, impressed date code 2-69 on the end of the fingerboard, rosewood fingerboard with dots and binding, zero fret, maple neck, bolt-on neck with 3 screws and extra screw under the neck plate, including original hardcase with fake alligator tolex, From 1961 to 1967, Standel had a short period as a manufacturer of stringed instruments. Bob Crooks made several attempts to market a Standel guitar. The first attempt resulted in 10 prototypes made by Semi Mosely. Joe Hall built the next line of guitars, a run of Mosrite-inspired double-cutaway guitars and a basses that featured an aluminum casting that housed the pickups, bridge and tailpiece. In 1967 Sam Koontz and The Harptone Manufacturing Co. designed and built a product line of 10 semi-hollow body and arch-top guitars, five acoustic models in six-string and 12-string variants and two basses: a semi-hollow body and the first production acoustic bass.

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