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Vintage 1960s ZeroSette JG Goya Red Hollowbody Guitar Rare Bird Eko Crucianelli

  • Price:$1000.00

Vintage 1960s ZeroSette JG Goya Red Hollowbody Guitar Rare Bird Eko Crucianelli 

Up for sale we have a vintage JG ZeroSette electric guitar. Whoa here is a rare bird. There are many sites dedicated to EKO and Vox guitars ect. Lots of info about the factories and the luthiers alike. Whats really strange is the lack of info we have on this maker. Which makes it really coveted by collects. We just don't see very many of these guitars. There is one other one listed and its at 2400! We know its in the same shape as many Goya and Eko guitars. Probably made out of the same factory as EKO/Vox or some parts anyways. Its very rare to even see one let alone one in such great shape!

Thisparticular example is in overall wonderful cosmetic condition for a 45 year oldguitar. A few issues: Its missing its tremolo arm but you should be able to find something that will work very easily. Also the original bridge is missing. That's a Bigsby. It plays like a dreamand sounds amazing! Overall the guitar is in very good condition, and there are a handful ofrandom small superficial dings on the entire guitar. The action is nice and plays great! 

some helpful info from a fellow ebayer (thanks!)


"This is indeed a product of the EKO plant in Recanati,Italy made for Julio Giuletti(thus the JG designation).Actually just exactly the same neck demesions of a Goya 101 or 103 model,the difference being the thicker body.The Sorkin Bigsby bridge is not an ideal match because of the arch of the fretboard and the bridge is designed for flat body guitars,but probably works out alright.Try stringing it with .11-.50 guage flatwound strings and you will be as close to the original as possible.The pickups were made by the same company who made the EKO/Vox pu'ps.I would estimate that your guitar is around 1967-69.Regards from Germany,Iris"

Shipping, Payment & Important Details

Freeshipping. Returns are accepted with in 14 days after receipt if you do not likeyour item. Buyer pays for postage and insurance if returned. No worries, nohassle and I strive for 100% buyer satisfaction. I will pack well. I will use anew box and fresh packing material. The item will be shipped immediately afterI receive payment. I use USPS priority mail but sometimes use parcel post onthe bigger items. Thanks for looking!

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