Step back in time with the iconic 1968 Kustom K-200A, a true piece of Americana that sings with vintage flair. Serial #1660, this exquisite instrument graces page 111 of the celebrated "VINTAGE ELECTRIC GUITARS Magazine: In Praise of Fretted Americana," and it's easy to see why.
Condition: Excellent. This K-200A showcases only a minor amount of finish wear, preserving the authenticity of its era. It is fully original, resonating with the history and craftsmanship of its time, and is accompanied by its original case, a treasure in itself.
Wide headstock silhouette, a hallmark of Kustom’s design
Authentic DeArmond Dyna-Sonic humbucking pickups, delivering that warm, rich tone aficionados love
Classic Bigsby "horseshoe" vibrato, for that perfect vibrato touch
A semi-hollow body
Metal nut and slim, fast necks for a comfortable and seamless playing experience
Provenance: A top-end model from Kustom's short-lived but legendary guitar line, this K-200A is one of an estimated 2,000 to 3,000 instruments crafted in their Chanute, Kansas facility between mid-1968 to late 1969. It’s a rare find, as Kustom was primarily known for their groovy, tuck-and-roll Naugahyde amplifiers and quirky Nauga mascot.
Own a Slice of the Sixties: Don't miss the chance to own a piece of sixties guitar glory. The Kustom K-200A is more than an instrument; it's a slice of musical history, a collector's piece, and a player's joy. Ideal for collectors, enthusiasts, and those who appreciate the vintage vibe, this guitar is sure to be a conversation starter and a beloved addition to any collection.