HAGSTROM | CATALOGS | 1966 WORLDS FASTEST PLAYING NECK | PAGE 4

Hagstrom Impala and Condor guitars

Hagstrom 1966 "world's fastest playing neck" catalog, page 4

Hagstrom "world's fastest playing neck" guitar 1966 guitar catalog. Page 4. This page shows Hagstrom's two most luxurious electric guitars - both set-neck models made with a mahogany body, neck and rosewood fretboard. The Hagstrom Impala and Condor had a 1966 price tag of $299.50 and $330 respectively. These guitars had been in the Hagstrom line since 1963, but were soon to be discontinued. The final batch of Impala/Condor guitars was produced between 1966 and 1967.

1966 Hagstrom guitar catalog page 4 - Left hand side of a double page spread - details of the Hagstrom F-11 and F-B bass

Hagstrom Condor and Impala for sale

Hagstrom Retro Impala 1960's Double Cutaway Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst

NATIONAL CITY, CALIFORNIA, 91950, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$599

Impala A fine looking bird That will definitely turn heads Hagstrom introduced the Impala model in 1963, and the instrument quickly found its way into the hands of many professional and aspiring musicians throughout the world. This was a period of great experimentation and innovation in electric guitar design. With their futuristic body shapes and unique assortment of tone-shaping options, the Impala stood out and became integral in creating great music and inspiring amazing artists. They have ... more

Hagstrom Retro Condor 1960s Offset Double Cutaway Guitar Tobacco Sunburst(OB)

NATIONAL CITY, CALIFORNIA, 91950, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$459

Hagstrom Retro Condor 1960s Offset Double Cutaway Guitar Tobacco Sunburst(OB) At Music Store Live we're all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need. We encourage you to make us an offer. Often times, you'll be pleasantly surprised! Additionally, don't hesitate to contact us regarding financing options. We'll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands. Store demo, great condition, but shows some signs of wear. ... more

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