1970's Tomson Splendor Series Mustang (Blue)
These were mail-order guitars from Japan in the 1970's that were made by the Kiso Suzuki Violin Company. Modelled after the Fender Mustang, this is an oddball build that feels closer to a Teisco/Guyatone than a Fender. Solid body with an almost square profile maple neck and a striped rosewood fingerboard, it weighs 3.5kg's. 628mm scale length with a 44mm nut width, it's loaded with a pair of single coil passive pickups controlled by individual on/off slide switches, master volume/tone knobs and a kill switch mini toggle.
Good vintage condition as pictured with plenty of signs of wear and tear. Has a pretty large shim in the neck pocket to fix the neck angle, plays well as it sits with a smooth action. Appears to have an aftermarket control plate (from a jazz bass) and a replaced bridge.
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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.
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