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Guitars previously built in Japan between during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The U.S. distributor for Conn brand name instruments was Conn/Continental Music Company of Chicago, IL. The Conn trademark is perhaps more recognizable on their brass band instruments. While they only produced acoustic guitars at first, solid and semi-hollow body guitars made an appearence in the late 1970s. Source: Michael Wright, Guitar Stories, Volume One.

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