• Type: early 50s style Spanish solid-body guitar with HB pickup in neck position.
  • Serial number #1994 on bridge plate.
  • Early 50s style.


  • Early 50s style Spanish solid body Blackguard.
  • Body date is TG 10/30/52. Neck date is TG 11/03/51. Control cavity tape reads Gloria 8/19/52.
  • Maple neck, 9.5” fret board radius with Medium 95/47 frets, early to mid 1950s style medium Medium to Large D profile neck, very comfortable to play and easy for string bending.
  • Neck Dimensions are 0,87″/1″ depth at 1/12 fret; 1,67″/2,01″ width at 1/12 fret.
  • This neck has a very authentic vintage feel and a very comfortable grip.
  • Very lightweight example at 3,30 Kg / 7 Pounds 5 Oz.
  • Early 50s Standard style bridge with brass saddles, serial number #1994 stamped on bridge plate.
  • Aged Blondeburst nitro lacquer finish on ash body with plenty of dings and wear marks mostly around the edges. Plenty of playing wear is present on fingerboard and back of neck.
  • Early 50s style hardware and vintage style early 1950s bridge pickup and 1959 style,
  • PAF humbucker neck pickup.
  • Neck pickup reads 7,77k ohms. Bridge pickup reads 7,91k ohms.
  • Electronic configuration includes the standard post-67 scheme, with neck pu alone at front, both pickups in paralell in the middle position and bridge pickup alone at back, incorporating tone control in all three positions.
  • The guitar comes with a black phenolic resin pickguard which has been cut, laquered and aged to early 1950s standards.
  • It comes with a rectangular tweed mid 50s style hard case (not aged).
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Look, feel and tone of the early solidbody electric guitars from the 1950s.

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Please note our guitars are offered online and this is a first serve first come deal. If you would like to buy any guitar offered in this site, please email us asap at info@nachoguitars.com.