Make: Norma

Model: EG-300-1 MIJ

Year: 1960’s

Fretboard Material: Rosewood

Scale length: 24.75”

Made in Japan

Great little guitar. No real wear noted and no detectable fret wear. New strings. Plays great and there’s no scratchy pots.

Has two ding spots on the body which are pictured, but that’s it. (See last 2 photos)

Amazing condition for a 60-year-old guitar!

Will come with at gig bag.

-     Electronics: fully functional. Volume and Tone pots have been cleaned. The tone knob has part of the hat cracked off but does not affect use or performance.

Sound and Playability:

Playability and string action: The guitar plays very easily. Please be aware that the guitar is small-ish, however, despite it being the normal scale, and feels a bit like a children's guitar (yet can be played by an adult without looking stupid). The frets are thin and low, typical vintage feeling - nothing for modern shredding standards.

-     Sound: very warm and twangy, airy single coil sound from the pickup.

Please check out my other listings on Reverb as I will be adding several in the next several days. Thanks!

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • EG 300-1 Gold Foil
Finish
  • Cherry Burst
Categories
Year
  • 1960s
Made In
  • Japan
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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Darrell's Vintage Stuff

San Antonio, TX, United States
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