besides the WESTONE guitars, I fell in love after a found my green CONCORD on a flea market,
my other love in the guitar world are HAGSTRÖM guitars.
I have one of the new models which are back on the market since around 2005. Good nick for the prices I think.
In case you ever made it the Sweden (besides all Swedish forum members), a visit in the Hagström museum in Älvdalen is highly recommended.
But now I have my 1st original MADE IN SWEDEN HAGSTRÖM III from around 1965.
As I bought the guitar, she wasn't in good shape, bridge missing, original strings from the late '60s.
Some soldering hasn't had any contact anymore, etc....
Major cleaning, polishing, a new bridge, all solderings reworked and voila -->
B.T.W, she sounds brillant...
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Location : Switzerland
Registration date : 2008-11-03
My band buddy had a Super Swede (LP style) back in the early 80's but I'm not sure why he got rid of it. Lately I'm seeing a few guitar students locally showing up with Hags. Nice to see this label making a comeback.
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