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ROSETTI
Instruments previously produced in Holland between the early 1960s through the mid-1970s. The Rosetti name was also used on a solidbody model built in England by another company in 1969. Also see Egmond and Shergold.
In the early 1960s, Rosetti, a distributor in the UK, began importing a line of guitars called Rosetti that were built in Holland. These Rosetti guitars were mainly semi-hollow and solidbody electrics with various features. Rosetti also imported a Shergold-made solidbody model called the Triumph in 1969 that makes the case that earlier Rosetti-branded guitars were possibly built by Shergold or Egmund. Rosetti is still a distributor in the U.K. Source: Tony Bacon and Paul Day, The Guru's Guitar Guide.

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