Silvertone by Danelectro 1448 Guitar and Amplifier (Circa mid-1960s) SOLD!

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If it sometimes seems that you’re suffering from musical logorrhea and you would like to slow down as though you’re paying full retail for every note, boy howdy do we have the guitar for you — this vintage amp-in-case Silvertone 1448. You’ll find yourself savoring each distinctive lick you wring from the comfortably corpulent neck. Manufactured by Danelectro, this three-quarter-scale black-speckled beauty is capable of subtle, bell-like trills in the upper register that will remind you of the tintinnabulation of tiny birds. But dial in a good overdriven tone and stand back — the single lipstick tube pickup positively ululates, enabling you to make like a pin-stuck banshee. The guitar is constructed from a poplar center block with Masonite back and sides and includes original aluminum nut and skate-key tuners. Some belt-buckle rash on the back, else very good, including the frets. The original case includes the fully functioning 5-watt amplifier equipped with an 8” speaker. How does the amp sound? Well, it’s not going to make a Marshall blush, but it definitely does have a certain nostalgic appeal. Sold

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If it sometimes seems that you’re suffering from musical logorrhea and you would like to slow down as though you’re paying full retail for every note, boy howdy do we have the guitar for you — this vintage amp-in-case Silvertone 1448. You’ll find yourself savoring each distinctive lick you wring from the comfortably corpulent neck. Manufactured by Danelectro, this three-quarter-scale black-speckled beauty is capable of subtle, bell-like trills in the upper register that will remind you of the tintinnabulation of tiny birds. But dial in a good overdriven tone and stand back — the single lipstick tube pickup positively ululates, enabling you to make like a pin-stuck banshee. The guitar is constructed from a poplar center block with Masonite back and sides and includes original aluminum nut and skate-key tuners. Some belt-buckle rash on the back, else very good, including the frets. The original case includes the fully functioning 5-watt amplifier equipped with an 8” speaker. How does the amp sound? Well, it’s not going to make a Marshall blush, but it definitely does have a certain nostalgic appeal. Sold