The cumbersome axes have their place in onstage panache and encore jams: Just ask Jimmy Page, Slash, Don Felder of the Eagles, or “Mr.5 Necks” Rick Nielsen—all have used bulky multineck monsters while performing some of their most iconic songs.“I’ve had a Silvertone 1449 for a while and I’ve always loved it—the guitar on my 3923 feels similar to the 1449 and growls like it, too,” Seyffert says.“The bass on it is one of my favorite basses—I own a lot [laughs].National metal and wood body resonator vintage guitars till 1942. YY year of manufacture (this can also be just 1 digit for '90s models).If you have any doubts as to a guitars authenticity please contact the guitar manufacturer before your purchase.
“I get called to play bass and guitar for sessions a lot so sometimes I’ll just show up with the Dano.
GG (two identified - Epiphone says it has no record of using GG - may have slipped through system or are 3rds) I Saein (Korea) J Indonesia (Jakarta?
) - note: one Elitist model made in Japan has been reported having a J letter code. Private vintage guitars, lapsteels, amplifier collector. Rickenbacker electric vintage guitars and lapsteels till 1969. Gretsch acoustic and electric vintage guitars till 1969. Where made - the factory code #s identified so far are shown in red print below.
The standard guitar portion of the instrument has a 24.75" scale with 21 frets while the 4-string bass’ short scale length measures 29.5" and has 15 frets.
The guitar and bass each have their own alnico bar magnet pickup that’s wrapped in brown vinyl tape and covered with a surplus, chrome-plated lipstick tube.