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Instruments previously built in Japan during the late 1960s through the 1970s.
The Commodore trademark was the brand name of a UK importer. In an unusual switch, the Japanese-built guitars started out as cheap entry-level instruments of original design and then progressed into copying American designs. To further this twist, one of the models copied was the Dan Armstrong See-Through lucite design! Source: Tony Bacon and Paul Day, The Guru's Guitar Guide.

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