Monday, 17 November 2014

1967 Japanese Sekova Mentor 4-pickup wonder

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This Sekova Mentor guitar looks almost Italian with its four pickups and metal-covered banks of switches above the pickups. It also has a 26 3/4" scale length and an unusual body shape with a very deep cutaway on the treble-side of the body which is then negated by the inwardly scrolling horn.

Currently listed on eBay with a optimistic Buy It Now price of US $1,500.

For more info see Drowning in Guitars.

G L Wilson

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2 comments:

  1. heyy man! i saw your post from forever ago about a goya electric guitar with a martin connection. i was wondering if you would ever sell or trade that thing? its such a beautiful piece. i would trade my gretsch or martin GP rosewood prototype. i am an electric martin collector :}

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    1. It was never mine to sell. Sorry.

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