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Instruments previously built in Japan circa early 1960s. Distributed by the Marco Polo Company of Santa Ana, CA.
The Marco Polo product line offered acoustic flattops, thinline hollowbody acoustic/electric guitars, and solid body electric guitars and basses. These inexpensive Japanese-built instruments were the first to be advertised by its U.S. distributors, Harry Stewart and the Marco Polo company. While the manufacturers are currently unknown, it is estimated that some of the acoustics were built by Suzuki, and some electric models were produced by Guyatone. Source: Michael Wright, Vintage Guitar Magazine.

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