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Instruments previously built in Holland, unknown production date.
While Monza guitars sports a Made in Holland sticker on the back of the headstock, the electronics and tailpiece/bridge on one identified model are clearly Italian (possibly 1960s?). The instrument features 20-fret neck, six on a side headstock and tuners, two pickups, a tremolo/bridge unit, three switches, three volume/tone knobs, and a offset double cutaway with a scroll on the bass horn reminiscent of the 1960s Premier guitars. Source: Teisco Del Rey, Guitar Player, February 1984.

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