About the Danelectro Longhorn 1960s
In the late 1980s, Anthony Marc bought the Danelectro trade name and a lot of the 1960s unassembled Danelectro and Coral parts.
The story goes that Anthony Marc sold a lot of unfinished bodies and necks for around $100,- via an advertisement in Vintage Guitar Magazine. Throughout the years a lot of people started modifying and assembling those parts. As a result you sometimes see a Frankenstein such as this one.
The neck is a Danelectro and the body appears to be from Coral. The top of this vintage Danelectro is spruce and the back and sides are flamed maple.
Normally these guitars have a bolt-on-neck, but for some reason somebody glued the Danelectro neck inside the pocket of the body.
This cool little obscure guitar plays great and sounds funky and unique! Just as a good Danelectro should sound.
The guitar comes without a case.