Tip A small number of Silvertone guitars have the necks glued to the body of the guitar. But please note there some minor cracks and scratches to it. Kay made guitar models for its own brand name and guitars branded as for Sears, Sherwood and for Montgomery Wards, Old Kraftsman for Spiegel, Custom Kraft for St. Tuners are not original but have been replaced with likely better more recent tuners. Vintage, Black Sparkle, 1960's Silvertone Model 1448 Electric Guitar with Original Amp in Case.
Original nut and washers are included!!! The instruments are listed in chronological order from left oldest to right more recent. The action is low and very smooth on every note from one end of the fretboard to. The Silvertone brand was introduced by Sears in 1915 with a hand-cranked. He stayed in the position until 1968 and eventually became a vice president of the company. Like their guitar manufacturing, the basses were hand crafted by skilled craftsmen using special ordered machinery.
We will give new D'Addario strings for free to All Purchasers!! Carefully separate the neck from the body of the guitar. Be sure to check our other items. There is also glaze cracking from age also shown in photos. Please send payment within 5 days in business days. On large items, we arrange for shipping from reputable shipping companies and will often get competitive bids to make sure you get the lowest shipping rates. . Great for custom builds or restoration work.
Bridge has been taken down a bit. Each pickup has its own unique tone, any combination of 2 pickups have a totally different tones, and all 3 sound fabulous, giving it. It has one lipstick type pickup, the scale is short, and it shows a rough ringing which can not be said anything by a unique bridge. You are looking at a Vintage 1961. Excellent condition with signs of normal, honest cosmetic. Looking for a specific sound or style? The guitar is structurally sound with no cracks, breaks, or repairs.
Nice Condition Silvertone Mdel 1448 Amp in Case unit. Find sources: — · · · · December 2009 Silvertone Industry Genre Producer Founded 1915 ; 104 years ago 1915 Defunct 1973 ; 46 years ago 1973 Products Musical instruments radios televisions Owner former current Silvertone was a used by for its line of consumer electronics and musical instruments from 1915 to 1972. Vintage Silvertone bass guitar from the 60s in near perfect shape has a adjustable truss rod that needs to be adjusted because The action could Use adjusting Has been in storage rarely used. It's all original and 100% complete including the matching hardshell case and original cable. Reads a strong 7K ohms on the meter. The line of Silvertone Reissues is expanding.
Der Artikel kann vor dem Kauf bei mir begutachtet werden. The case is damaged, but serviceable. In the late 1950s, various guitars in the Kay line were assigned new model numbers; according to the 1959 catalog, the Thin Twin became K5910 and the Electronic Bass became K5965. Vintage 1960s Silvertone Acoustic Guitar Model H 623 390 The Featured item in this Auction will be a:Vintage 1960s Silvertone Acoustic Guitar Model H 623. Shows little to no damage. I think it was forty bucks.
There is some nicks as shown in photos. Will tune and plays great! Please feel free to contact. The earlier-made models from the early sixties would have had gold foil, zippo, or one of a few other styles that collectors tend to value more. So from my understanding and info based on that site and other sites. Although some people look down on the Japanese guitars we think they've got some really interesting sounds and innovations not found on American made guitars. Note this is not a commercial site, so you won't find anything for sale here. When it comes to iconic American guitar brands, Silvertone still ranks among the most popular and culturally remembered.
Built in the early 80s these guitars had some appointments similar to a normal Strat as well as some appointments that catered to the rockers from the era. The guitar shows some minor play wear and some nicks and scratches- see pictures. We ship every business day. Recently got a nice silvertone 319. Gold foil pickup for your next project.
This set comes from the original owner and is in very nice shape! The Silvertone 1429 was the pinnacle of the Sears catalog guitar line when it was introduced in 1959. The 1423 was the Silvertone counterpart to the Harmony Stratotone and features a sparkle-black finished semi-hollow body, bound neck, block inlays, and a pair of DeArmond Silver-foil pickups. Very hard to find guitar, back of pickguard marked 1967. I cleaned it when I got it and it looks great. Otherwise a sleek little cheese master guitar. First come First served Buy Now Silvertone 1457 Amp in Case 1964 With Hard Case Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information. Thanks for looking and best of luck!.