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CRESTON ELECTRIC INSTRUMENTS - BRIAN SAUNDERS' SARAH RYAN GOLD FOIL Brian Saunders' final blue guitar: 1-pc mahogany body, 24-3/4" scale mahogany / rosewood neck, Mastery bridge, Lollar Gold Foil pickups, custom horseshoe vibrato tailpiece, Sarah Ryan paint.

CRESTON ELECTRIC INSTRUMENTS - BRIAN SAUNDERS' SARAH RYAN GOLD FOIL Brian Saunders' final blue guitar: 1-pc mahogany body, 24-3/4" scale mahogany / rosewood neck, Mastery bridge, Lollar Gold Foil pickups, custom horseshoe vibrato tailpiece, Sarah Ryan paint.

"BIG BEAT" -- In 1963 Jolana factory at Krnov started manufacturing a "wireless" guitar named BigBeat. Guitar of a very futuristic shape, as a matter of a fact a frame with a neck, it had a primitive vibrato and one pickup. A removeable amplifier was attached to the frame with special screws. It had 2W power rating and ran off four batteries. If you are bored with making music, it´s switchable to medium-wave radio (lol). Thanks to Gianluca Palumbo on Facebook for the info.

Arch-top guitar (Venetian model, style A) Kay Musical Instrument Company (Kay-Kraft Brand), about 1933