Question: Is Danelectro a Silvertone?

Silvertone instruments and amplifiers were manufactured by various companies, including Danelectro, Valco, Harmony, Thomas, Kay and Teisco. Two of the best-known Silvertone offerings are the Danelectro-built Silvertone 1448 and 1449, made in the early to mid-1960s.

Is Silvertone and Danelectro the same?

The Silvertone models were covered with a dark maroon vinyl covering, while the Danelectro models were covered in a whitish tweed material. Both lines came with either 1 or 2 pickups, concealed under a baked melamine pickguard. Notably, when both pickups were used together, the tone was much stronger.

Who played Danelectro guitars?

CJ. J. Cale.Randy California.Glen Campbell.Mike Campbell uses Danelectro guitars, pedals and effects.Eric Clapton used a Danelectro 59-DC.Nels Cline uses Silvertone and Danelectro guitars on his album Instrumentals.Bruce Cockburn.Ry Cooder plays slide guitar on Silvertone guitars.More items

How do I date my Danelectro?

Most serial numbers on Danelectro guitars have either three or four digits. The first two digits represent the week of the year it was made. For instance, a 12 means it was made in the twelfth week of the year. In a three-digit serial number, the third digit represents the last digit of the year.

Who uses Danelectro pedals?

CJ. J. Cale.Randy California.Glen Campbell.Mike Campbell uses Danelectro guitars, pedals and effects.Eric Clapton used a Danelectro 59-DC.Nels Cline uses Silvertone and Danelectro guitars on his album Instrumentals.Bruce Cockburn.Ry Cooder plays slide guitar on Silvertone guitars.More items

How much does Epiphone Casino weigh?

Product informationItem Weight12 poundsScale Length24.75Top MaterialMapleNeck Material TypeMahoganyNumber of Strings613 more rows

Whats the point of a baritone guitar?

Since its invention, the baritone has allowed guitar players to explore a whole new sonic range with familiar chord and scale shapes. Today, youll find the baritone electric guitar put to use pushing the boundaries of expression in funk, metal, pop, and a huge range of other genres and styles.

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