#1
It seems that I cannot identify this guitar. First I thought it might be a Gretsch, but I cannot find this exact model -- the photos' quality is not necessary helpful.
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#2
Any clue as to who the player is? Should be able to find out what gear they use.
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#6
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Well done! Very well done.
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#7
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It seems that I cannot identify this guitar. First I thought it might be a Gretsch, but I cannot find this exact model -- the photos' quality is not necessary helpful.


'Cimar'
Budget line made by Ibanez in the 70s

Cimar was a Hoshino Gakki guitar brand. Designs of Cimar guitars are sometimes very similar to Hoshino Gakki's Ibanez guitar brand. Cimar guitars appear in Hoshino Gakki catalogues.