1971-ish Mosrite Stereo 350.  Serial number is A0050

To quote from Vintage Guitar Magazine:
"The neck is bolt-on maple with a tongue that extends into the body, under the neck pickup. This is interesting because this was also done on Japanese-made Acoustic Black Widows of the time, and Moseley reportedly built a couple hundred of those. The angled fingerboard end and neck pickup angle are typical Moseley. A typical is the slab body (without the German carve). The pickups are humbuckers.

The pickup selector and controls are pretty standard, but what makes this guitar special is its output wiring. There are two jacks; one is a normal monophonic output, but when the little slider is in the right position each pickup has its own jack for output to two different amps, two channels on the same amp, or different effects chains. This may very well be the earliest example of this, at least on a production guitar.

The Stereo 350 was technically in production from 1971 to ’75, but how many were actually made is unknown. Probably not that many, since these don’t come around that often. In 1972, Moseley developed another novel guitar, the Brass Rail, with a “rail” of brass down the neck to give added stability. This sounds remarkably like Dave Bunker’s “tensionless neck,” but whether or not he got the notion from Bunker is unknown. In ’73, Moseley introduced a one-pickup monaural version of the Stereo 350, which is no doubt scarcer than its stereo sibling."

This guitar plays well and sounds very good.  The electronics, including the stereo function, all work perfectly.  There are a few little dings & scratches here and there, no more than you'd expect from a 48 year-old guitar.  Repairs have been made to the neck binding near the nut, as seen in the last two pictures.

Will ship with a new hard shell case.

Any questions?  Please don't hesitate to ask.

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Stereo 350
  • Natural
  • 1971
Made In
  • United States

Jacobs Custom Guitars

Merritt Island, FL, United States
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