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...

The Australian anomaly. The Onyx Mosrite copy.

Onyx is a brand known to Australians but probably not many outside of our country except for a brief mention in Tony Bacon's great book "The Ultima...

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 ...

Tym Perspex Wosrite

Back in the dark ages of Tym guitars I used to make guitars using materials that were, generally speaking, not used for guitar making. People had u...

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...