|Serial Number||N/A, built around 1960|
|Pricing||$1000 CAD with case, Reduced|
|Neck||Possbily birch neck with bound rosewood fingerboard, mother of pearl dot markers. Large stylized E logo on headstock!|
|Body||Maple laminate hollow body.|
|Finish||Nitrocellulose lacquer Tobacco sunburst, in great condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Three single coil pickups, with slider switches, master volume and tone, all mounted on the pickguard. Egmond vibrato bridge- this raises the bridge itself, so the pitch shift is upwards.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well, and was recently refretted and set up.|
|Comments||Egmond guitars were built in Best (a suburb of Eindhoven), Holland, and many players who later became famous had them as starter guitars – George Harrison’s first guitar was an Egmond. This guitar is in great, mostly original condition (aside from the refret) and really shows the state of European guitar craft in the early 1960’s.|
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