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Goya 105 and 107 electric guitars

1966 Goya guitar catalogue page 5

Goya 1966 guitar catalogue. Page 5. Images of the Goya 105 and 107 dual-pickup Rangemaster semi-acoustics. The specifications of these two models appear on the previous page. These guitars were made in Italy by a manufacturer better known for it's accordians, Polverini (hence the use of switches instead of potentiometers. Both models are all-mahogany, front, back, sides and neck with the 'Rangemaster' split-coil pickups.

The Goya range was expensive. 1966 US list price for the 105 was $299, (compared to, for example, $275 for the Gibson ES-125TDC) whilst the 107 was $350 (compared to $340 for the Gibson ES-335TD); not insignificant amounts in 1966.

Model 107 S on the left is shown in Sunburst finish, whilst 105 R, on the right demonstrates the Cherry Red.

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1966 Goya guitar catalogue page 5 - the Goya 105 and 107 Rangemaster electric-acoustic guitars

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