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DIASONIC
Instruments previously produced in Japan, unknown production dates.
It is estimated that Diasonic instruments were constructed in the 1970s, as their headstock design skirts infringe on Gibson's standard design.
The Diasonic folk style acoustic has a spruce top, geometric pattern rosette, nato back and sides, 14/20-fret rosewood fingerboard with rectangular pearloid inlay, three-per-side chrome tuners, adjustable saddle, white bridge pins, and tortoise pickguard. Diasonic instruments in average condition command between $100 and $150. Source: Walter Murray, Frankenstein Fretworks.

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