This is an Alamo Fiesta guitar. It is a beautiful redburst, double cutaway, single coil pickup, hollow body instrument. The features include an adjustable rosewood, bridge, a metal tremolo tailpiece, a rosewood fingerboard, an f-hole and a “Fiesta” logo’d black pickguard on which all of the electronics are mounted. This guitar comes with the original hardshell case and a Tex-Mex-style guitar strap. Alamo Electronics was founded in 1946 when Milton Fink, owner of Southern Music, asked Newark, New Jersey native, Charles Eilenburg, to establish a manufacturing company with him in San Antonio. After making a series of products such as record players and battery powered radios, Alamo began making a series of amplifiers followed by a line of guitars. In 1963 Alamo began to created the Fiesta line, which evolved over the next few years after that. This Fiesta is the result of some of that evolution. Eilenburg and Alamo produced a great light weight guitar that feels and sounds wonderful. It has stood the test of time, looking lovely and rocking like a beast after fifty years, making it great for collectors and players. This guitar is a beautiful, rare find that you do not want to miss. The hollow body Fiesta guitars are not often seen. Get your hands on this piece of guitar history.Description from VintageSilvertones.com
CONDITION:Description from VintageSilvertones.com
This guitar is 100% original and in good condition. There is some minor wear to the finish and pickguard but that does not subtract from the beauty, tone and feel of the guitar. It feels good to hold and play and the tone is terrific.
The all original, opened back, six in-line, chrome plated tuners with plastic buttons are smooth and in great working order.Description from VintageSilvertones.com
Bolt-on, straight neck with 19 frets, and a 25″ scale. The frets, marked by circular, plastic inlays, are in fantastic condition and the action is fast. The rosewood fretboard feels fine under your fingers. The headstock has some slight wear. The Alamo logo is on the uniquely designed, elongated, cover for the truss rod that is keeping the neck straight. Description from VintageSilvertones.com
One super sounding single coil pickup located near the bridge. It has a high, clean, clear, full, tone that sounds acoustic-like sometimes. When set with the right distortion settings, it can scream beautifully. This guitar, suitable for a myriad of styles such as funk, jazz, rock, soul, 60’s soul, rock-a-billy, etc, has a surprisingly versatile sound for such little pickup options. All electronics work properly.. Description from VintageSilvertones.com
The Dimensions are:
Overall length: 37″Description from VintageSilvertones.com
Body width: 11.5″
Body thickness: 1.5″ with neck 2″Description from VintageSilvertones.com
Scale: 25″ approx.
Width of the nut: 1.75″ (depth: 1″)
String height at 12th fret: 1/16″Description from VintageSilvertones.com