The Twelfth Fret ~ Since 1977 ~

Posts Tagged made in Sweden

1967-1969 Goya Rangemaster 12 string Electric SOLD

1967-1969 Goya Rangemaster 12 string Electric  SOLD

Here’s a 1967-1969 Goya Rangemaster 12 string electric! Starting around 1954, Goya guitars were originally made in Sweden for the Herschman Musical Instrument company of New York, by the Levin company, who had been building instruments since around 1900.

MORE

Hagstrom Super Swede 1980 (consignment) SOLD

Hagstrom Super Swede 1980 (consignment) SOLD

Despite their quality, Hagstrom guitars were never common in North America, and the Super Swede is one of the hardest to find. The Super Swede (originally called the Swede DeLuxe) was built from 1976 until Hagstrom ceased production in 1983, unable to compete with lower-priced instruments built in Asia. The Super Swede features maple construction with ebony fingerboard, and the tone is crisp and clear with lots of sustain and definition.

MORE

Hagstrom Coronado IV Bass 1967 (consignment) SOLD

Hagstrom Coronado IV Bass 1967 (consignment) SOLD

This Hagstrom Coronado IV Bass from 1967 is interesting bass and sounds really good – a warm, woody tone, and it’s light! The slim neck makes it very easy to play, too.

MORE