1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar

1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar
1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar

1960 Alamo Fiesta Electric Guitar

Regular price €1.212,95
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 Founded by Charles Eilenberg in 1947, Alamo was a manufacturer of guitars and amplifiers based in San Antonio, TX. They are definitely a hidden gem in the world of vintage guitars. Introduced in 1965, the Fiesta was a series of hollow-core electric guitars offered in single, dual, and triple pickup configurations. The line was short lived; they were removed from the catalog in 1967. The design is reminiscent of Danelectros of the era with its simple hollow-core, bolt on construction. 

The single pickup is surprisingly versatile and the switch acts as a tone bypass. The pickups were manufactured in house and produce a tone similar to Gretsch Dynasonics, they are fairly high output with a dark, airy quality. The neck is a comfortable chunky C to soft V profile. Overall these Alamos are great sounding little guitars and represent an excellent value in the vintage electric market.

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We want you to be completely satisfied with your new instrument. All purchases come with a 48 hour approval period. If for any reason you don't want to keep your guitar, just let us know within this period and send it back in the original packaging. Customer will be responsible for return shipping costs.

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