70's Univox ES-335 copy. This is cool guitar project. It needs a wiring harness, pickups, bridge and tailpiece. It also needs a piece of binding on the treble side of the headstock.
This guitar has a bolt on neck and is in nice shape. The finish is a maroon sunburst and it has a flametop and to a lesser degree flame on the back.
This would be a pretty easy build.
At the moment an...
This mid-1970s Japanese-manufactured “Phase 3” Univox Hi-Flier bass is all-original and a great sounding short scale option. It features the Univox Phase 3 humbucking pickups (Univox switched over from the earlier P-90-style pickups around ’74) that give this bass a growling thumping tone. The bass features the black plastic tipped tuning machines, two saddle bridge with chrome cover, 3-ply...
This Univox Bass was made in Japan in the mid 1970's. It shows considerable play wear but still thumps good. It has been pro-setup and is ready to go. It comes with the original case. Call with any questions.
This Univox Hi-Flier is a fantastic Japanese-made short scale bass that was produced from the late 1960s up until 1977. This model was made later on in what’s known as the Phase III period, when Univox began using humbucking pickups instead of the earlier P-90 style pickups used during the first two phases. The humbuckers give it a more powerful and deeper sound, making it an excellent bass for...
This Rhythmline Beatle Bass was made in Japan in the late 1960's. It is a fairly decent copy of the real thing. It sounds very good. It has been pro-setup and needs nothing. Call us with any questions.
Original Univox Hi-Flier Phase 4 model was introduced in 1977. It was the last in the Hi-Flier series that began in 1968. This model features the best of all UNIVOX Hi-Flyer models. Eastwood has replicated the body, neck
profile, bridge and pickups in perfect detail. Eastwood features this sunburst tremolo P-90 version and a white stop tail, humbucker version.
Eastwood Guitars Hi-Flyer PHASE 4
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Make’n Music is happy to have the Hi-Flyer PHASE 4 from Eastwood Guitars for sale at a great price! The original vintage Univox Hi-Flier Phase 4 model was introduced in 1977 and was one of the few maple fretboard models from the Hi-Flier...
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Wattson Classic Fuzz FY-6!
Capturing the precise tone of the original classic fuzz pedals from Shin-ei and Univox was our primary goal in designing the Wattson Classic Fuzz FY-6. We spent a lot of time analyzing signals from original Shin-ei and Univox pedals, and it paid off in the end - in spades!
We don't think you'll find any pedal anywhere that captures the...
EC, 1 x 15'' speaker cabinet, ~20 watt solid state piggy-back bass amplifier, volume and tone controls, 2 inputs, black grille and vinyl covering, made in USA, amp head missing one rubber foot, price reduced * Sorry, we no longer ship used amps. In-store sales only! * (SN:12965) Item ID 130U-9650. 2 photos at http://www.elderly.com/vintage/items/130U-9650.htm
Super Clean Super Fuzz!...Almost no paint chips, red painted body is super clean. Pots date 12th week of 1974. This is a really nice example , hard to find one much cleaner. Two issues: battery cover missing, original owner etched 4 small setting lines onto the face plate next to the Balance & Expander knobs. Pedal sounds great. Included is an original box as a bonus.
Vintage 1960 Univox Custom Semi-Hollow w/OSSC Super Rare and Cool. Bolt On Maple Neck. All Original! Original Pickups Thump! In our 28 years of business we have determined that customer service is VERY important. We will reply to EVERY E-Mail and phone call.
We don't do a lot with banjo's, but this thing is a cannon! Heavier than most Gibson's we've had, and loud! And gorgeous! And clean! Nice tone ring, beautiful back, and in great shape, with original case. Japanese, I was told late 60's, but could be early 70's. It can hang with most RB250's we've had, and it's easy to tell what influenced it's design and cosmetics. Pretty amazing! Thanks for...
Capturing the precise tone of the original classic fuzz pedals from Shin-ei and Univox was our primary goal in designing the Wattson Classic Fuzz. We spent a lot of time analyzing signals from original Shin-ei and Univox pedals, and it paid off in the end - in spades!
We don't think you'll find any pedal anywhere that captures the tone of those classics better than the Wattson Classic...