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Default What exactly do I have Here - Danelectro? - 09-16-2013, 11:17 PM

Hi, Could some one shed some light on what I have here. It was my grandfathers Danelectro and we are selling it but we have no idea what it is worth. It does work, it's missing one string though. Anybody know what model it is? I can't find one like it on any Danelectro web site. It is all original. Thank You in advance.
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Default 03-14-2014, 02:45 PM

I actually had one like that before. It is a vintage dano. did you sell it yet?

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Default 04-22-2015, 03:56 AM

Lay the pre-built neck out on the slab of wood in the center so that the 18th fret is even and squared with the top of the slab using your framing square. Draw around the neck pocket, set the neck aside. Continue the lines all the way down through the body to the end of the slab. Now draw the Explorer design on the slab with a pencil using the lines for reference.
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