Airline made the guitars for Montgomery Wards and are consider as House Brand guitars. House Brand guitars are not listed within Blue Book and therefore, it is next to impossible to date guitars such as yours. Best guess is late 1960's early 1970's. Regards, kcbuck. Moved you to 'Acoustic Guitar Values' forum for future. Airline was a store brand of consumer electronics and musical instruments originally marketed and sold by American retailer Montgomery Ward via their catalog and brick and mortar stores. Products included radios, televisions, record players, guitars and amplifiers, similar to the way Sears branded their competing line of.
1962 Airline Town and Country (refinished) The Airline brand was used by Montgomery Ward on a range of electric and acoustic from 1958-68. These were made in,, by the,, and. Valco was notable for its flagship and budget guitar brands, which were in production until the company's demise in 1968. Valco Airline guitars have been played by a wide array of bands and artists including:,,,, and. Airline-branded amplifiers were also marketed. These were manufactured by Valco and.
Heroes Unlimited Rpg 2nd Edition more. Eastwood Guitars reissue [ ] The early 1960s JB Hutto Montgomery Airline model was reissued by in the early 2000s under the name of the Airline DLX, after the company purchased the rights to the Airline brand. The Eastwood reissued guitars are built with chambered mahogany bodies as opposed to the hollow fiberglass (Res-O-Glas) bodies used for the original made by Valco. This difference in body material gives the reissue a more traditional electric guitar feel and tone, whereas the original Airline is noted for its unconventional playing feel and response.
The reissue also has an adjustable truss rod, accessible from the headstock, while the original had a non-adjustable steel reinforced neck. • Electric Guitars: the Illustrated Encyclopedia Edited by Tony Bacon. San Diego: Thunder Bay, 2000. • Robinson, Mike (April 14, 2014).. Retrieved October 7, 2014 • Electric Guitars: the Illustrated Encyclopedia Edited by Tony Bacon. San Diego: Thunder Bay, 2000.
• 'White Heat: the White Stripes' 21st Century Blues' by Darrin Fox. Guitar Player Magazine, edited by Michael Molenda, June 2003, Pp.72. • 'The House That Jack Built' by Christopher Scapelliti. Guitar World Magazine, edited by Brad Tolinski, May 2004, Pp.150. External links [ ] Media related to at Wikimedia Commons •. — home of reissued Airline guitars.
— home of Res-O-Glas guitar kits. Applied Differential Equations Spiegel Pdf Writer.