Introduced in 1952, the 1354 was one of the first electric hollowbody electrics sold by Sears back in the day. They were produced from '52 to 1955 (the same year Marty McFly went back to), and it features one simple pickup near the neck, and a Volume and a Tone control. Simple.
It's been constructed with spruce top, maple back and sides, and maple neck. The neck is a chunky C profile (.960" at the 1st fret, 12" radius) just like you'd expect on a 50s jazz box. It has a huge, warm and woody sound. It may have been made for jazz, but it can hold it's on with blues, pop, and rock as well.
The bridge has been replaced with a tune-o-matic and it is missing the original pickguard. It has it's share of playwear and dings (typical for its age).
It does not include but will be packed up securely and ship the next day.
All guitars leaving Eastside Music Supply are freshly setup in house by our team of badass luthiers and will ship with level frets and zero issues.
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