Goya 1966 guitar catalog. The catalog cover is the epitome of 1960s grooviness... Aswell as the 'wild' lighting and discotheque scene, the cover shows one of the new Rangemaster models, 109 S (S standing for sunburst finish, over a mahogany body). There was also model 109 B which was all maple with a blonde finish, see page 4. This was a very fine, Italian-produced guitar, made by Polverini, but with a price to match. But then again, it was top of the Goya electric line. They are quite rarely seen today, and when they do turn up are usually snapped up by guitar collectors.
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