#1
Can anyone tell me what kind of guitar this is?



Also video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSyhGVNsos0

or better shot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibhAwNk0AAg&feature=related


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My Gear:

Guitars:
Epiphone Les Paul (Custom Alpine White)
Austin Sessionmaster
Martin D-15 Acoustic
Fender Jaguar (Reissue)
Antique 1968 Fender Precision Bass

Amps:
Crate Acoustic 15w
Hartke 25w
Last edited by Yahtzee at Aug 20, 2008,
#2
danelectro i think... oh ill take the hug in cash
'85 Fender Reissue '75 Jazz Bass ---> Ashdown MAG300h
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#5
rickenbacker or dan electro


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#6
Thank you!



I think it is.
My Gear:

Guitars:
Epiphone Les Paul (Custom Alpine White)
Austin Sessionmaster
Martin D-15 Acoustic
Fender Jaguar (Reissue)
Antique 1968 Fender Precision Bass

Amps:
Crate Acoustic 15w
Hartke 25w
#11
Its a '62 Silvertone from Sears, when cheap guitars were actually well-made. He uses that guitar all the time.
#13
gotta agree with the others here. Looks like an old, slightly battered (i.e "vintage") Danelectro Silvertone.
#15
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I think it is.

This particular guitar has been asked about a bunch of times before, and every time someone says it's a Dano '63, which it is clearly not It has the same body shape and the pickguard and hardware is reminiscent, but there are a bunch of key differences, such as knob placement, number of pickups, specific pickguard shape, bridge type and most noticably the headstock shape (and how can anyone miss that? It sticks out like a sore thumb that pokes you repeatedly right in the eye). It's a Sears "amp-in-case" Silvertone, made by Danelectro, IIRC. I think the model number was 1448L.

Dig it:
#18
^Exactly...


Also, it technically shouldn't be called the search bar, though I guess it's way too late to remove that fallacy from the collective minds of holier-than-thou UGers.