#1
Not the original neck or bridge but with these pickups I'm thinking a 50's model. Was given to my brother and I'm trying to figure out model. There was no pencil marking when putting the neck on. Thoughts or help much appreciated.
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#2
after some googling and things, I have come to a few conclusions

the pickups are called "charlie christian pickups". Just some random info.

The f-hol is tricky cause it's only on the one side, and it's not a typical f-hole (different shape).

Is that a knob above the f-hole? kind of looks like a six-way or something knob. idk though.

The shape (with the shartp cutaway) is pretty similar to the Gibson ES-175T. It's not quite that, but it might be a copy version

um, that's about all I have. good luck
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#3
Thank u so much . That's great info. The pickups not 1 f hole were throwing me for a loop.

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after some googling and things, I have come to a few conclusions

the pickups are called "charlie christian pickups". Just some random info.

The f-hol is tricky cause it's only on the one side, and it's not a typical f-hole (different shape).

Is that a knob above the f-hole? kind of looks like a six-way or something knob. idk though.

The shape (with the shartp cutaway) is pretty similar to the Gibson ES-175T. It's not quite that, but it might be a copy version

um, that's about all I have. good luck
#5
It's a Kay Model K573. They were made in Chicago between 1961 and 1964 and sold under different names including Silvertone, Old Kraftsman and Truetone. Many of them had no logo on the headstock.

The pickups are not Charlie Christian pickups, they are Kay's own single coils.
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hehe, "knob above the f-hole"

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#9
Can we get some photographs of the headstock?

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The f-hol is tricky cause it's only on the one side, and it's not a typical f-hole (different shape).

He should've gotten the Baby Joel's Mum edition, which has plenty more f-holes.
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