#1
just got it not to long ago, but i have no idea what it is called any information would be great

#3
Can you put up a picture of the headstock, if it says anything on it?
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#4
Google Fender Jaguar, looks exactly the same.
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#7
Fender Jaguar, Jazz Master, or... Jag Master. It's that shape and its got the headstock anyways.
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#8
no. it's not a fender. by the time the jaguar (or jazzmaster, for that matter) was in production they'd already decided to keep the strat style headstock on future models, so all prototypes would've had a fender headstock shape.

it looks like a generic imported electric guitar from the early 1960s. nothing with any "vintage" value though, i wouldn't think.
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#10


well i know its not a fender of any sort but is most likely a generic japanese 60s surf knock off
but the headstock has no name
#11
Isn't the logo in the bottom right hand of the image, the one that gets added to images you upload when selling on eBay? Meh, just seems as if it's up for sale for cheap, and you wanna know what it is, and don't wanna let anyone on here know it's for sale incase it's really good. But could be wrong.

Definitely looks to shoddy to be a proper Fender.
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Isn't the logo in the bottom right hand of the image, the one that gets added to images you upload when selling on eBay? Meh, just seems as if it's up for sale for cheap, and you wanna know what it is, and don't wanna let anyone on here know it's for sale incase it's really good. But could be wrong.

Definitely looks to shoddy to be a proper Fender.


no i bought it off a guy from ebay like 2 weeks ago i i just wanted to know a little more about it
#14
theres a guitar similar to this at the guitar store, its an import, i think the company is grecco?

does the body feel really light?

i personally think they are pretty neat guitars.
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theres a guitar similar to this at the guitar store, its an import, i think the company is grecco?

does the body feel really light?

i personally think they are pretty neat guitars.


yeah the body is reallyyy light and the neck is very thin
#16
im almost def sure thats a teisco:

white plastic tuning machine buttons, the bar instead of a string tree, the truss rod opening under neck, weird shaped pickups, vintage look, and the bridge style

and theres no headstock name b/c teisco had plastic logos glued on, which fall off over time
#17
Sears used to have guitars made by Kay or Silvertone for them. This looks like one of those or a similar deal where a inexpensive manufacturer made a guitar styled after a more famous one. Probably done in late 60's or 70's [perhaps?
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#18
looks like a late 60's early 70's harmony bobcat to me.
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