Stromberg Voisinet 1920’s
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This rare Parlor, from Chicago, was produced by Stromberg Voisinet in the 1930s. Stromberg Voisinet was taken over by Kay in 1931. The early Stromberg Voisinet guitars have no label or serial number in the body. So unfortunately it is very difficult to find out the exact year of manufacture.
Stromberg Voisinet instruments were sold through the Sears catalog at the time. Due to the unique design, these instruments attracted a large group.
This ladder braced Parlor features a mahogany body and poplar neck with bound rosewood fingerboard. Furthermore, the Stromberg Voisinet is finished with beautiful multicolored bindings. And on top of the guitar we find a beautiful “tropical” scene. Except for the oversized bridge, this guitar is completely original.
Comes with an original case, needs work. And two original 1930s National strings + packaging.