National Westwood 72 (1965)
A mid-60’s guitar with cool looks and killer sound, this National Westwood 72 has a map-shaped mahogany body and a bolt-on mahogany neck, all in a cherry finish. It’s loaded with a single coil VistaSonic pickup. It has a 3-way tone switch for lead, rhythm, and bright tones, and each position has its own volume control with small knobs. Other features include an adjustable rosewood bridge, harp-shaped tailpiece, and Kluson Deluxe tuners with butterfly buttons. This electric guitar is in very good-excellent condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: 30 days Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Cherry finish on map shaped mahogany body
- Bolt-on mahogany neck
- White-bound 20 fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with block inlays
- White-bound black headstock overlay with "National" logo
- Kluson Deluxe tuners with butterfly buttons
- One single coil VistaSonic pickup
- 3-way tone switch for lead, rhythm, and bright tones, and each position has its own volume control with small knobs
- Master volume control with witch hat knob
- clear back painted pickguard
- Harp shaped tailpiece
- Adjustable rosewood bridge
- 1-11/16"nut width at zero fret
- ~24-3/4" scale,
- 6.8 lbs.
- SN: 1-29824