This is an extremely rare & beautiful 1965 Sunburst Mosrite, Ventures logo model. It has the famous sandcast Vibramute tailpiece and beautiful sounding Mosrite Pickups. It is in Great condition, made in Bakersfield, CA and it has had ONE original OWNER. It comes with the Original Alligator hard case with Red plush interior. 

The serial number, 1767, is embossed on the last fret and see the pictures for the build date of July 27th, 1965. 

The body has a sunburst finish on the German carves this body shape is known for. The headstock features the "Ventures" and "Mosrite" logo.

The guitar plays and sounds great. It shows light wear, but given its age this guitar is in excellent cosmetic condition. (see pictures) The pickup switch is a bit loose but it still operates fine. There is no need to refret this instrument – it plays cleanly in all registers and it has the neck that Mosrite is famous for. This guitar was recently checked out by a highly respected guitar shop in Santa Monica, CA and their comment there was, “this is really a SWEET guitar!” 

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Ventures Model
Finish
  • Sunburst
Categories
Year
  • 1965
Made In
  • United States
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Finish Features
  • Relic

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George Price

Diamond Bar, CA, United States
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