The story of Mossman guitars is one of both tragedy and triumph. Often forgotten in the rejuvenated interest with acoustic guitars of the 1990s, Mossmans are best known for their craftsmanship, high-quality tonewoods, and attention to detail from a period when major manufacturers were rushing to meet the demand for acoustic guitars. While many of those instruments made during the high-production ’70s by volume manufacturers are now reviled by collectors, Mossman guitars from the period are exceptional in design, materials, and construction.
This guitar appears to be a Golden Era Custom from 1972. The label is signed by Stuart Mossman and all the factory builders but the model is not noted on the label.
Golden Era Custom_ This was Mossman's top line instrument and it featured select Brazilian rosewood back and sides, German spruce top, abalone inlay around the top, 3-piece back with abalone back strip inlay, bound neck and headstock, gold Grovers, and an intricate abalone vine inlay up the length of the fingerboard. Retailed at $875(1972).[4]
A few minor nicks and scratches consistent with a 50 year old instrument but overall it is in excellent original condition. The hard case is very solid and fits it very well but I'm not positive it is the original.

Dans Fine Guitars

Dans Fine Guitars

Stuart Mossman
Original Hard
7 Years
Dans Fine Guitars
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