) and is a super-rare very early build with the slab Brazilian Rosewood board.
With OHSC - went to Allan 1965 Maton Fyrbyrd 1220 (FB1220) 12-string electric - Now here's a rare bird, or actually 'byrd', for you to ogle.Comes with OHSC - went to George 1959 Epiphone Broadway archtop electric in blonde - original and near mint with vintage HSC (serial E251Nat - 2338) - went to Craig in Rhode Island, USA late '50s or early '60s Australian Moody lap steel - a beautiful and toneful example of an early Australian lap steel. - went to Nik late '50s or early '60s Commodore lap steel - a stunning and mint art deco style lap steel of incredible quality made in New Zealand in the late '50s to early '60s - went to Chris 1960s Kay K100 Vanguard - a nice original and characterful blues machine! Made in the USA in the '60s, and even has its OHSC - went to Mark 1960 Levin 330 archtop electric - a stunning quality guitar from this highly-regarded Swedish maker - solid timbers throughout, with European Spruce top and Maple back and sides, Mahogany neck with an Ebony/Maple/Ebony centre lamination, and Rosewood fretboard. Alder body, Maple neck and slab Brazilian Rosewood board all add up to TONE! Comes with Maton HSC - went to Joseph 1961 Maton EG90 Starline 151 archtop electric - AMAZING!!This guitar was sold new in Australia, and it even comes with its original Stamford case - went to Alan 1961 Maton EG240 C/A Supreme - a really nice thinline (2 1/2" deep) vintage Maton Supreme, and in totally original condition. - an 'under-the-bed' find, and a guitar that displays the heights Australian guitar manufacturing can reach!late 1950s Kay Truetone Speed Demon - truly grouse 3-pickup guitar that just oozes character and is great to play! I love these electrics, and this one's just back from a service and fret dress and polish with Jim Cargill. Comes with very worn OHSC - went to Barry 1958 Levin 335 archtop with added pickup - my very first archtop, purchased 2nd-hand nearly 30 years ago, was a Levin 335 exactly like this one.But it was in much worse shape than this 1958-made gem!