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This is a 1965 Mosrite Ventures II model solid body electric guitar.
It has had one owner since the 60's and comes with the original case.

It plays well with some things to note:

Serial number B307.

"Mosrite of California" logo on headstock.

"Mosrite of California" humbuckers.

Mosley vibrato.

Tuners have "Deluxe" factory engraved on them.


Needs new strings (will be included).

The paint has been stripped.

The Ventures logo on the headstock has been removed.

There are various blemishes around the guitar. One notably near the strap pin on the back-bottom.

One of the volume knobs makes a scratching noise when plugged in and turning the knob.

Initials "MR" carved in the back of the headstock.

The case has random blemishes. The latches work fine.

I have many more pictures on request.

For a a great post with information regarding Mosrites of various configurations for identification purposes, Google "mosrite ventures timeline" and the first result should be the post titled "Mosrite Ventures model timeline and ID chart".

The guitar still sounds great and again, new strings will be included.

I will always be available for any questions or help needed before or after the sale.

Thanks for looking!

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.Learn more
  • Ventures II
  • Wood
  • 1965
Made In
  • United States

Just Devante Selling a Mosrite ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Hanford, CA, United States
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