1976 Gibson L-6S Custom, 1978 Guild B302F bass, 1967 Fender Coronado guitar
1976 Gibson L-6S Custom1978 Guild B-302F1967 Fender Coronado
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The majority of the instruments profiled on this site were produced by the brands to the left (click for more), although there is also some limited content on the following guitars and amps
Ampeg, Baldwin, Dan Armstrong, Futurama, G&L, Goya, Hayman, Ibanez, Marshall, Musicman, Ovation, Peavey, Rickenbacker, Selmer, Silvertone, Supro and Yamaha, WEM

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Dan Armstrong Guitars and Basses

Keith Richards endorsing Dan Armstrong guitars, 1970
The Stones were endorsing Ampeg amplifiers and Dan Armstrong guitars in the early 1970s; Keith Richards is seen here playing a Dan Armstrong plexi guitar

Dan Armstrong guitars

The name Dan Armstrong is probably most associated with the plexiglass guitars produced from 1968 in conjunction with Ampeg. They came up with a guitar and bass versions, built in the USA. Dan Armstrong relocated to London, producing a number of suitably named new models in the UK; this time of Honduran mahogany.

High profile early users such as Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and Jack Bruce (formerly) of Cream gave these guitars instant cult appeal - see vintage Dan Armstrong advertisements.

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