1968 Kustom K-200 Trans Green

1968 Kustom K-200 Trans Green

1,450.00 1,600.00

This is definitely one of the rarer guitars we’ve come across. From our research these were made for two years by the Kustom “tuck and roll” amplifier company.

Made in 1968 and 1969, these unique and rare instruments featured a semi-hollow body of unusual design—the front and back were made separately, hollowed out, then joined together. They have been called the love-child of a Mosrite and a Rickenbacker.

The body features a 2 piece book-matched semi-hollowbody maple body construction. With an awesome single “cat’s eye” hole. 

The neck is a two piece maple bolt-on neck. Rosewood fingerboard with zero fret and a unique dot inlays. Factory screw-mounted metal nut. Kluson Deluxe tuning machines with clover metal buttons. 1 9/16” nut width.

The pickups are the incredible DynaSonic DeArmond single-coil pickups. Featuring a compensated bridge. With a Bigsby tailpiece! Two volume and two tone controls with chrome insert black fluted 7-point knobs, 3-way selector switch, and a black plastic pick guard.

Cosmetics: This vintage guitar is in good condition for its age but has all the players wear you could dream up. There is some light crazing, scratching and finish wear. This guitar has fabulous checking happening all over the body and it looks fantastic. The neck finish is almost all worn down on each side from play and feels great. It’s a very thin Mosrite style neck. The frets are in excellent condition. Overall this guitar is in great structurally sound condition for it’s age and sounds amazing.

The guitar is all original aside from the missing blend knob and wiring which had been removed. Otherwise it’s all there.

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