1970's Guyatone (by Matsumoku) SG-28 Hollowbody Guitar (Cherry Red)
A higher quality build than many Guyatone models, the SG-28 was made by Matsumoku in the early 1970's (rather than the usual Guyatone factory that made most of the entry level models). Bound thinline hollowbody construction with a cherry red finish that has a very subtle burst, slim bolt on maple neck with a triple bound rosewood fingerboard (40mm nut width with a 628mm scale length) loaded with block inlays, weighs a nimble 2.9kg's.
Seems to be all original with two volume and tone knobs and a three-way toggle switch controlling the nice vintage-output Aria humbuckers.
Plays and sounds great with some wear to what seem to be the original frets and has a straight neck with an adjustable truss. The binding has lifted very slightly in some spots but overall the finish and cosmetics are very clean.
Domestic - We offer a courier service Australia wide on our guitars! All prices include insurance for loss/damage along with industrial packaging to ensure your guitar arrives safely.
International - We ship worldwide almost as often as we ship domestically. We use EMS or UPS express services depending on the destination.
We only offer returns on faulty or broken items, not if you change your mind. All guitars are thoroughly tested here and we'll do our best to list any known troubles in the condition section above.
Click & Collect and local pickup available from our new store at 14/33 College Street in Gladesville, Sydney.