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1966 Goya guitar catalogue

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1966 Goya guitar catalogue back cover  

The Goya brand had consisted mostly of acoustic instruments made by Swedish company Levin, and a few electrics made by Hagstrom, also of Sweden. However in the mid 1960s, Goya launched a range of electric guitars made in Italy. They were not the product of Eko as many people believe, but actually two other companies: the solid bodies were made by Galanti, whilst semi-acoustics by Polverini. Although dated 1966, it was most likely prepared and printed in late 1965 as many copies came with a price-list dated January 1st 1966.

The following guitars and basses are shown:

Electric guitars:
109 Rangemaster semi-acoustic
105 and 107 Rangemaster semi-acoustics
101, 103 semi-acoustics
1209 twelve string

116 solid body

Basses:
1207 Rangemaster semi-acoustic
118 Panther II solid body

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Floyd MacLean Comment left 10th April 2016 20:08:31
Great info. I have a Goya that i can't find anywhere - its an exact copy of a Gibson ES335. Ever seen one?

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