Danelectro takes on a 1960s classic design with the '64 offset electric guitar model.
Clearly inspired by a classic Mosrite model, Danelectro’s new '64 seems to scream “Vintage!” all along, from its lipstick bridge humbucker to its Bigsby vibrato to its vintage knob designs to… Well, everything, it seems. Estimated street price is $799.
- Reversed double cutaway offset horn shape
- Scale length: 25″
- Number of frets: 22 (zero fret at nut position)
- Fully adjustable roller bridge
- Bigsby vibrato
- 1 dual humbucking Lipstick bridge pickup
- 1 vintage style large housing single coil neck pickup
- 1 master volume
- 1 master tone (with push pull switch to split bridge pickup)
- 3 way pickup switch
- Available in Sunburst, Aqua Blue, Metallic Red, Metallic Blue, Orange and Cream White finishes
More at Danelectro’s website.
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