1966 - 1968 Guyatone (Jedson) Japan Vintage Hi-Flier Mark I LG-50T Aged Vintage White w/case. The price is $450 + shipping depending on your location.
For your consideration, a rare and nice Japanese gem, which is used to be truly loved by grunge and noise-rock fans all over the world for now: Jedson Hi-Flier LG-50T produced by one of the earliest Japanese manufacturers on famous Hoshino Gakki. These guitars are well-known known all over the world: one of the Guyatone guitars was belonging to Rory Gallagher, and David Gilmour of Pink Floyd was playing a Jedson lapsteel during early Pink Floyd years.
The body with beautiful german carve is made of laminated mahogany with two thin layers of laminated maple on both top and back sides. Guitar has two metal covered pickups in style of P-90 and two way switches for each pickup selection. Neck is made of mahogany (one piece) topped with rosewood fingerboard.
Guitar is in all-original, except for one pickup switch (black one, I guess), in very good overall condition for its age, having some paint and lacquer cracks on the edges which are just adiing a cool grunge look (check the photos, please, and do not hesitate to ask for more). Neck of the guitar is very clean for its age (as well as the rest working part), ultra thin frets are still alive. All in all, it's the great player's guitar, which is soundng and playing well.
Guitar comes with bizzare hand-made hardcase with rug-coloured inner part and weird handmade strap which are also represented on photo.
Features: • Laminated mahogany body • Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard
• German carving
• 20 frets
• 24,75-inch scale
• P-90 style pickups
• Handmade hardcase
Don't miss out! WE DO SHIP INTERNATIONALLY! Please, review the photos closely for condition, and feel free to ask any questions BEFORE you make an offer or buy it. This guitar is about 50 years old and sells as-is. You may need to do slight further setup on the guitar to get it to match your preferences, but now it's set up perfectly for me. Thank you for watching. Have a good luck and rock on!