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Kevin
PostPosted: 11/06/2006 at 11:44 PM    Post subject: Messenger guitars

Anyone know anything about these? I know they were made in the 60s and had aluminum necks and hollow wood bodies, which you will know once you read the article, but any help would be great. Thanks.

http://www.guitarplayer.c.....story.asp?storyCode=13931



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Yannick Lehmann
PostPosted: 06/18/2009 at 12:36 PM    Post subject:

Never heard of a 67 Messenger? The original Messenger guitar was developed 40 years ago in California by a small company named Musicraft and is now best known as the guitar of choice by Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad) in the early 1970's.
Features an aluminum alloy tuning work neck extending through the thin-line hollowbody. Messenger also made a stereo guitar, a bass guitar, and a line of large amplifiers.

I search one too.



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guitararcheology
PostPosted: 01/15/2010 at 07:58 AM    Post subject: Messenger Guitar

We have a Messenger Guitar for sale here

www.Guitararcheology.com

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