H1057 - Singing Cowboys|
Production year(s) : 1951-1963 (other years possible, not verified)
Stenciled with "Western chuck-wagon scene". Based on the 1938 Supertone model S237. This model disappears fom Harmony catalogs in 1964, but later model exists, with an updated design (more modern cowboy hats, drawers in the wagon). A recent made in China reissue can be found (all black, white stencil).
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|All solid woods|
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- Dani - 2011-03-15
My Singing Cowboy from the mid-1950's has been in the back of a closet all these years -- I just gave it to my six year old granddaughter and she's thrilled. She wishes it had "lightining bolts" on it instread of cowboys, though!
- David Ippolito - 2015-10-21
Would love to find somebody who is selling this guitar. I'm not a collector and I don't have a lot of money. but it was the first guitar my Dad bought me when I was 7 years old and it's the one on which I learned to play. Changed my life. PHOTO: www.thatguitarman.com/images/TBT-7-2.jpg
- William Brinson - 2016-09-01
What would one be worth....have the opportunity to buy one...
- Diana Mcmullin - 2018-08-29
I have the guitar with the campfire motif. All the ones I see online have red lettering but mine is yellow. Any particular reason they did this?