Used, in very good playing condition. This Japanese-made guitar is the wood body version of the classic Dan Armstrong acrylic model, and it is a serious instrument! A nice comfortable neck, a sweet-sounding pair of Seymour Duncan P90s, and that classic Dan Armstrong body shape with an elegant quilted purple top make this c. 2000 guitar a real winner for the price. Awesome!! The guitar is in very good shape, with some normal cosmetic wear in the finish and little-to-no fretwear (see photos). Freshly set up in our shop and playing like a dream! Does not include a case/gig bag or other accessories, but check out our shop online or get in touch directly if you'd like to add anything to your order.


Shortly after introducing the reissue Dan Armstrong acrylic guitars and basses in 1998 Ampeg had other ideas that they wanted to explore. Since they owned the rights to the Dan Armstrong instrument (but not the name), it was decided to market a line of instruments modelled after the Dan Armstrong · Ampeg acrylic models but instead these were going to be all wood instruments. The guitar model came to be known as the Ampeg AMG1 instrument.

Like the reissue Dan Armstrong acrylic models, these all wooden guitars were made in Japan and incorporated the Dan Armstrong headstock shape, body & scratchplate shapes along with volume, tone, switch and output jack placements all following the looks and the lines of the Dan Armstrong acrylic guitar model.

* If you are placing an international order, please contact us prior to checkout to discuss shipping quotes.

Listeda month 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

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Mill River Music & Guitar Shop

Northampton, MA, United States
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