Hi, my uncle lent me his old 80's Westone. I have no idea about this company, and I have had this guitar for a while. But I was playing it, and I was just looking at the back. On the neck bolt, it says "A Matsumoku product, made in Japan". Now, this kind of interested me. So, here is what I know:

-Its about an early to mid eighties guitar
-The name of the model is a Concord DX by Westone
-bolt on neck
-floating bridge
-locking nut
-2 humbucker
-2 volume/tone knobs
-3 way pup selector switch

Can someone find me some information on this? Thanks,

EDIT: It is almost identical to this guitar, the Spectrum DX.


In fact, I thought it was the same guitar. But mine says Concord DX on the headstock, thats about it.
Be cool.
Last edited by thedude051 at Feb 1, 2008,
The Westones back then were known for being better than Ibanez's. They came from the same plant, but Westone quality was better I believe. My friend has three, and he swears by them.
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