This is a vintage c. 1967 Standel Custom Model 202 with a Black finish. Standel was primarily an amplifier company, but for a short time between 1961 and '67, they began building several electric guitars. Based in California, the company's founder, Bob Crooks, worked with Semi Moseley (of Mosrite) and later Joe Hall, who designed several Mosrite-inspired guitars for Standel, including the Model 202.

It is a thinline hollow body guitar, made with a similar body material to res-o-glass, and decal F-holes. It features a Bigsby-ish vibrato tailpiece, original Grover tuners, as well as two awesome single coil pickups. It is in great shape, with some nicks and dings here and there, a small crack in its neck pickup cover, and one of its F-hole decals has peeled a bit. This guitar sounds awesome, and would be ideal for jazz or twangy clean alike. 

It has been professionally setup and comes with a hardshell case.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Custom Model 202
  • Black
  • c. 1967
Made In
  • United States

Division Street Guitars

Peekskill, NY, United States
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