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Goya Model 80 early 1960′s (consignment) No longer available

April 13, 2012
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Serial Number 477/184, built in Sweden by Hagstrom in 1960 or 1961
Pricing $1250 CAD with gig bag. No Longer available
Neck Plastic coated neck with wooden core, clear pearlized plastic fingerboard and head plate with Goya ‘G’ logo in black; black dot markers on fingerboard; bolt on construction.
Frets Bar-type frets in good shape with minimal wear.
Body Plastic chambered body with mahogany veneer top. Some missing binding on lower treble bout near output jack. Goya script logo on upper bass bout.
Finish Clear finish on mahogany veneer top, black back, sides and neck, translucent pearlized fingerboard and headplate.
Hardware/electronics Two single-coil pickups, pusbutton pickup and tone selectors, roller volume controls. Tuners replaced, original back-of-head pick holder is missing. Classic Hagstrom bridge and claw-type tailpiece.
Playability/Action Plays well as is!
Case Gig bag included.
Comments Goya guitars were built by Hagstrom in the late 1950′s and early 1960′s and imported to North America.The model 80, and the very similar model 90, are mostly of plastic construction, chambered-body two-pickup electrics with push-button pickup and tone selectors. Thumb rollers control the volume for each pickup. Apparently 370 model 80′s were built.

This example is in good, playable condition with a bit of damage to the binding on the lower treble bout.


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