One of the Holy Grails of the guitar world, this champagne pink Mosrite double axe is the only one in the world. Made by Semie Moseley, founder of Mosrite guitars, who were known for their innovative designs and quality engineering. Most famous for building guitars for the Ventures, many artists from country to punk rock played Mosrite guitars.
Semie Moseley made 3 similar Double Axes in 1984 for the NAMM show, but this one, made in 1988, included many features the ones from 1984 didnt have. Some features include a German carved top, layered maple fingerboard with a strip of rosewood behind it, more versatile electronics with a push/pull volume pot and 3 way switch. The pickups were wound by Dana Moseley, Semies daughter. It is said the guitar was made for Dana, and she has confirmed this. It is signed and dated by Semie himself on the back of the one of a kind headstock. PT1-DAX is stamped on the bridge indicating a prototype.
Condition is like new. No dings, scratches, dents, corrosion, or fret wear. The champagne pink metal flake is layered so thick it looks like you could swim in the finish.
Comes in original case, which is also in mint condition. The previous owner documented as much as possible, and I tried to show this in the many pictures. Please look there first, but if you have any questions, message us here or call our retail shop at 978-664-6213. Thanks for looking!

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  • Double Axe Prototype PT1-DAX
  • Champagne Pink
  • 1988

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