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Instruments previously built by C.F. Martin & Co. in Nazareth, PA during the mid-1920s.
Wurlitzer, who produce a variety of electric products including jukeboxes, organs, and pianos, offered a line of guitars during two different eras. Wurlitzer first sold a line of acoustic guitars built by Martin in the mid-1920s. In 1965, they began offering a line of electric guitars built by the Holman-Woodell facility in Neodesha, KS who also built instruments for other trademarks including 21st Century, Alray, Holman, and La Baye. Electric guitar production continued in Kansas until circa 1968, when Wurlitzer decided to begin importing foreign-built guitars as production costs began to rise in the U.S. Wurlitzer began importing guitars built by the Welson company from Italy, and production continued through the late 1960s and early 1970s. For information on electric Wurlitzer guitars, refer to the Blue Book of Electric Guitars.

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