Goya 1966 guitar catalog. Page 6. Details of two semi-acoustic, all-mahogany guitars; like the Rangemaster semis, made by Polverini of Italy. These single-pickup models were the cheapest electric in the Goya line, model 101 was priced at $175 for Cherry Red or Sunburst finish, (comparable in price to the Gibson ES-120T at $170), whilst model 103 was listed at $215 for the same finishes.
Model 103 R in Cherry Red finish is shown here with a Sunburst model 101 shown on the next page. This model is described as follows:
Complete and deluxe version of a semi-acoustic single pickup electric guitar. A beginner model with all of the Goya quality and workman-ship of the higher priced models. Full 24 1/2" scale with 20 perfectly aligned frets. Extra thin (1 3/4") body measures 16" across and is 20" long.
New single extra sensitive pickup designed exclusively for these models with separate tone and volume control knobs. Adjustable rosewood bridge; black flexylon pick guard plate; all metal geared machine heads. Fitted with the Model 103V Goya Vibrato assembly and removable vibrato arm.
All mahogany front, back and sides with high gloss finish. 3 piece mahogany neck with adjustable steel neck rod. White binding on the front of the body and black bindings on the side. Fitted with Goya flat wound strings, all accessories and a plush lined deluxe soft shell case.
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