H941 - Stella|
Acoustic flatop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1967 (other years possible, not verified)
Similar to H940, H942 - Natural top, pin bridge - Double line pin striping on top edges - Replace the former model H1141 (with nickeled tailpiece). Many similar models were produced for Sears under the Silvertone label
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- ceedub - 2007-05-16
I,VE GOT THIS EXACT MODEL H941 JUST LIKE IN THE
PHOTOS SUNBUSRT FINISH, WHITE PICKGUARD,ROSETTE
AROUND SOUND HOLE AND I GOT MINE FOR FIFTY BUCKS.
THERE WERE NO STRINGS ON IT THEN BUT ONCE I GOT HER HOME AND STRINGED MAN OH MAN DO I LOVE THIS GUITAR IT HAD HIGH ACTION ORIGINALLY BUT I THOUGHT
IT WAS OK EVEN THEN BUT I RECENTLY HAD IT SET UP AT R.T.GUITARS 147TH &CICERO (REE TEETER )THAT,S HIS REAL NAME IS THE LUTHIER AND OWNER THERE AND NOW SHE,S EVEN
BETTER THAN BEFORE I LIKE THS GUITAR SO MUCH
THAT I BOUGHT A VELVET LINED HARDSHELL CASE FOR IT
IF YOU DO RUN ACROSS ONE OF THESE H941 STELLAS
SNATCH IT UP!!!!
HERE,S THE INFO FOR R.T GUITARS JUST IN CASE YOU,RE IN AREA HE,S GOT SOME GOOD STUFF TOO.
14728 Cicero Ave
Phone: (708) 535-3878
- dan - 2008-10-17
i made a aluminum bridge nut and a plexiglass pick gaurd its sweet
- Ag - 2010-05-02
Picked it up in the 80's for $35. Just been around the house all the kids plunking on it. Put some new strings on it and sounds a lot better than the cheap models you get at target. Took the target one back and playing this one, or at least trying to. Want to learn. Wondered about it so looked it up and found this page.
- Kip from Menasha WI - 2010-11-02
I recently picked up a Stella,6506H941. I believe that's the model and serial number. It has the natural finish with a black pick guard, as pictured. I am happy I found this site because it answered my questions as to what it is and when it was made. It needs some fine tuning to make it easier to play. The action is high and the strings too heavy. Both easily fixable. Made in USA. That makes it a keeper. Never stop looking or playing. there is always something good that will come of it...
- jamonn zeiler - 2014-04-06
A customer gave me my H941, I build acoustic guitars and do repair and restoration. The customer found it for 5 bucks in antique shop in really bad shape. I worked on it in between building my guitars (when i felt like working on something else) It took about 6 months but I brought it back to fine playing condition. I glued many cracks and steamed the neck off and reset it, I did a set up and wow! it really has a great sound and it plays like butter. There was an auction lot sticker on the upper bout and a magic marker ( as is $10.00) I left them on the guitar. I will enjoy this guitar for some time to come(: