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Instruments previously built in Buffalo, NY between the 1930s and 1940s.
Luthier Carmino Gugino built instruments that featured high quality conventional building (frets, finish, carving, etc.) combined with very unconventional design ideas. As detailed by Jay Scott, certain models feature necks that screw on to the body, or have asymmetrical bodies, or an archtop that has a detachable neck/body joint/bridge piece that is removable from the body. Source: Teisco Del Rey, Guitar Player magazine.

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