Overview

La Baye was a very short-lived venture by start-up guitar builder Dan Helland in the late '60s. These guitars were made in the Holman-Woodell factory in Kansas (which also made the short-lived Wurlitzer guitars), and less than 50 of these unique prototypes were built. La Baye also produced a 12-string version of the 2x4 guitar as well as a bass counterpart. 

Years of Production: 1967
 
Design Elements: Vibrato tailpiece, two single-coil pickups, dot inlays, bolt-on neck, electronics on sides

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • 2x4 Guitar
Finish
  • Red
Year
  • 1967
Categories
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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