1968 - 70 N25 Commodore Semi Acoustic Guitar. With non original tremolo in place. Fully working order with quite a few war wounds inflicted over.Nothing serious for its age and looks great overall. Main defects are on the top side of the fretboard by the nut.
Which has been patched in. And there are bad scratches and dinks between the bridge and the tremolo. The tremolo arm is not the right one and does not really fit properly. However it does its job when playing the guitar.If an expert fixed these faults it would be a stunning collectors item. Built by Matsumoku Industrial that was a Japanese manufacturing company, that once existed in Matsumoto City, Japan, between 1951 to 1987. A rough copy of a 1969 Gibson ES 335 Red & Yellow Sunburst. These instruments were loosely based on previous Epiphone and Gibson design and were already in production under other Brands such as Aria. This Commodore N25 like Epiphone EA-250 is hollow body and bolt on neck. N25 is lovely to look at in appearance and a very'interesting' rare guitar.
Commodore Semi Acoustic Guitar is playable and fully working. It has been rewired over the years and whilst most of it is in original condition. The knobs, tremolo arm and nut seem to be replacements. It is not necessarily the best guitar to play in the world, but it has distinctive.
Character, particularly the tone that comes from it. It's twangy and sounds very vintage.
Most of these guitars in existence are in very poor condition but this example is. Actually extremely good for its age.It is rare and extremely collectible and will only go up in value. Get a sixties guitar for a snip.
Comes in a light carry gig case. The item "RARE 1969 COMMODORE N25 SEMI ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR MADE IN JAPAN FAIR/ GOOD" is in sale since Monday, February 15, 2021. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars".The seller is "misterstomp" and is located in ---, Lancashire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.