MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)
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MORRIS G-201 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1974)

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Morris G-201 Classical Guitar


Made in Japan in 1974

The original price back then was just over 20,000 Japanese yen, which was equivalent to 4 months the average wage of a Japanese worker.


Very clean, sweet, well balanced and resonating notes


Specifications:


Top: Spruce


Sides and Back: Mahogany


Neck: Mahogany


Bridge & Fingerboard: Brazilian rosewood




The Morris Guitars company has been building quality handcrafted instruments in Nagano, Japan for a long time. Mr Toshio Moridaira, the founder, was the first distributor in Japan to carry both Fender and Gibson lines. In 1964, due to his working relationship with Gibson, Mr Moridaira was able to visit the Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan. An employee at Gibson nicknamed him “Mori” at that time.

In 1967, he founded the Morris Guitars company. He named it Morris, taken from the nickname given to him a while back. Morris produced copies of dreadnought and small jumbo models based on Martin and Gibson designs. Since then, Morris Guitars have enjoyed an outstanding reputation in Japan and other countries for making high-quality guitars.



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