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models H1415 - Patrician
Acoustic archtop - Top with a contrasting central panel
Production year(s) : 1940-1954 (other years possible, not verified)

Spruce top with mahogany central panel. Early models (-1950) have a fretboard with contrasting woods. Late models have a fancier headtsock with vine motif.

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Top woodSpruce and mahogany
Body woodMahogany
All solid woods

Scale25"1/4642 mm

6 comments | Add your comment !

  • in2bluzzzz - 2005-12-21
    I just bought this model from Ebay, but I thought it was an older model, because of the rosewood tailpiece. The number on the inside reads 1412H1415, can't find a date number. The headstock is laminated pickguard material but with straight lines in the middle (like a cross), not the vines (or whatever that is..) Block inlay on fingerboard. I was told the tailpiece, bridge, and fingerboard were brazilian rosewood (by a trusted luthier) but can't verify. I would love to date this guitar. I have some good pics to show.
  • François (webmaster) - 2005-12-22
    The wooden tailpiece usually indicates a war-period guitar (industry was missing metal at his time), so a 1944 model.
    I would love to add pictures if you send them...
    I can't contact you back. Please use the contact form on this site to send me your email adress.
  • Ozarkana Jon - 2007-03-02
    I have one of these and it is an excellent sounding and playing guitar. Mine is a 1947 model but it has Kluson tuners on it instead of the normal stock models. I have heard that these models were actually made by Gibson...any truth to that?
  • Crash - 2009-05-27
    I save my 1260 from the garbage heap (free)had a bad reglue job on the bridge. I had it done right at my local music store whose repairman is more than competant. At51yrs old I decided to learn guitar and this instument keeps me practicing every day . (54 yrs old now ) It's nice to see I don't have to buy a better guitar
  • Mr. Lucky - 2010-11-19
    I was just given a Patrician that is the same model as the one shown above. It's missing the pick guard and pick guard hardware, but otherwise all there. I put new strings on it and shined it up a little. The action is a little high, but all in all, way COOL!
  • MadeUS - 2011-10-02
    Yeah, I have this guitar and finally know what it is thanks to the serial number and this site and photos. I also have the original old pressboard case and electric pick-up. She's a beauty.

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