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  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
  • 1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire Hollywood Series Made in Italy
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1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire "Hollywood Series" Made in Italy Sunburst

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1965-1968 Meazzi Spitfire "Hollywood Series"

Los hermanos Meazzi comenzaron a producir instrumentos en Sicilia después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Utilizaron la marca Framez (de Fratelli Meazzi, los hermanos Meazzi). Desde finales de la década de 1950 hasta 1961 se asociaron con Wandré Pioli y vendieron una gama de guitarras y contrabajos bajo los nombres de Framez y Meazzi. En 1962 tenían una gama de guitarras diseñadas por Panati. De 1963 a 1969 vendieron la serie de Hollywood de diseños extravagantes e inusuales con electrónica activa y formas extrañas. A partir de 1969, Meazzi continuó distribuyendo acústica de nivel de entrada, a menudo fabricada en Japón.

 

English:
Meazzi Hollywood series from 1965-1968. This is not only a very unique and rare guitar. It also comes from the personal collection of Dusenberg's Designer & Founder Mr. Dieter Gölsdorf. 
Excellent condition and it plays marvelously. Very Nice jazzy sound neck pickup and 3 way switch (weight:2,6 kg).
The Meazzi brothers began producing instruments in Sicily after World War II. They used the Framez brand (from Fratelli Meazzi, the Meazzi brothers). From the late 1950s to 1961 they partnered with Wandré Pioli and sold a range of guitars and double basses under the names Framez and Meazzi. In 1962 they had a range of guitars designed by Panati. From 1963 to 1969 they sold the Hollywood series of quirky and unusual designs with active electronics and strange shapes. Beginning in 1969, Meazzi continued to distribute entry-level acoustics, often made in Japan.