1958 Supro Dual Tone No Longer Available

Comments Here’s a very cool 1958 Supro Dual Tone!

Supro was in the budget strata of the National / Valco range of instruments, and the Dual Tone shows many of the characteristics of the era. Build components varied widely depending on what was available; many Dual Tones have mahogany necks with rosewood fingerboards, this one has a maple neck with apparently an ebony board.

The Dual Tone was introduced in 1954 and built until 1966. Along the way, a number of prominent players have used them – Link Wray, David Bowie, Jack White, and so on.

This example is in excellent original condition though it could use some attention to the frets but it sounds great!

Serial Number X 90915, built during 1958.
Pricing $1499.99 CAD with non-original case.
Neck Maple neck with ebony fingerboard, block markers. 24 3/4 inch scale length. Supro Patent Pending plaque on headstock in good condition.
Frets Frets are fairly low but still playable.
Body Single cutaway body, possibly alder.
Finish Original nitrocellulose lacquer finish in very good condition. Creme body and black neck.
Hardware/electronics All original! Kluson deluxe tuners with plastic tulip buttons, Supro single coil pickups (humbucker sized!), selector switch, individual volume and tone controls. Rosewood bridge and gold-coloured tailpiece. Dual-layer plexi pickguard!
Playability/Action Plays reasonably with some rattling.
Case Non-original teardrop case included.

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