1967-68 Guyatone LG-125T

Following up on the Guyatone post from the other day here's another one of my favourites from this, at times, very adventurous manufacturer. The L...

1964 Teisco WG-4L

I've written a bit about Teisco before as, well, I love them. Teisco was one of the biggest Japanese factories making guitars in the "boom time" in...

1967-68 Guyatone LG-150

The story of Guyatone is similar to that of Zen On, in that they were one of the earliest Japanese "modern" music companies started in 1933. Initia...

Morales Mosrite copies

Those of you who know me well will know how obsessed I used to be with Mosrites. I still think they're the greatest looking, playing and sounding g...

1966 Mosrite Mk V. My first real Mosrite.

Growing up in Brisbane had it's advantages. I still think it's one of the best, if not THE best city in the world to live. Generally speaking it's ...

Excetro Mosrite copy

Over the years I've collected A LOT of Mosrite copies. Back before I could afford or even find Mosrites, there were copies around that were cheaper...