Up for grabs is this truly rare Dan Armstrong Model 341. Made famous by David Bowie on his album "Station to Station" with a moveable pickup designed by Kent Armstrong. Production numbers on the London Series guitars and basses were low, very low, with only 333 total guitars and basses produced. Your chances of finding another one of these is very slim, and one in this fantastic of condition are even slimmer.

The finish is in remarkable condition given the age, with some dings and scuffs in a few areas and hard edges. The nitro really glows and brings out the deep yellows of the Honduran Mahogany. The Rosewood fretboard is another choice cut of wood with a deep grain streak running the length of the neck.

The profile and angle of the neck are a treat to grip in your hand, while the aluminum nut and zero fret let this guy ring all the way back to you. If chiming complex tones are your thing just slide the adjustable pickup to the sweet spot where the 24th fret harmonic is and you'll be rewarded with a symphony of tone. The frets shows some normal wear, but this guy has definitely been rolling around a closet more than any stages, plenty of life left.

In short, this guitar is a fantastic rarity with a huge versatility of tones available and vibe for days. Have fun looking at our photos, thanks for visiting our listing, don't be afraid to message us with any questions!

Listed7 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • 341
  • Mahagony
  • 1974
Made In
  • United Kingdom

Wolf Curio

Missoula, MT, United States
Joined Reverb:2015

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