Mosrite Combo XII
Superb californian twelve string. Plays like butter.
May 27, 2014
2002 Mosrite Ventures Reissue2002
A very rare japanese reissue in blue burst. One of the few Mosrites made-in-japan to sport “the Ventures” and “of California” logos.
February 12, 2012
1966 Mosrite Combo Mark 1
June 17, 2011
Mosrite Joe Maphis Double neck
1960sAlder, Maple, Rosewood
Yet another reblog from the exceptional guitarz.blogspot with this 60s Mosrite Joe Maphis Double Neck. More here
February 19, 2011
Picture Idaho during the sixties, more specifically a ranchers town called Sweet. And in this town, a man, Walt Smith, eager to give lap-steel lovers as much freedom as then popular rock icons. That’s for that very reason that this 1965 Mosrite Melobar was built (with the expert help of Semie Mosrite.) The Melobar was arguably the first lap steel that could be played standing up.
January 3, 2011
Mosrite Ventures II
Back in 1965, both Gibson and Fender had came up with a student version of their flagship models. That wasn’t the case for Mosrite. Their Ventures models was definitely the spearhead of the collection, but it was far from cheap. The Moseley brothers decided to create a stripped down version of the Ventures model, with a slab body, simpler hardware and electronics. The Ventures II was born during the spring of 1965 and was quickly seen by Semie Moseley as a disappointment. Less than 250 Ventures II were made before Semie Moseley, disappointed by the result, decided to pull the plug.
About ten years later, Johnny Ramone bought a blue one for $50 at Mannie’s New York and brought the guitar to fame. He loved the guitar so much that when it got stolen, he bought another one, in white this time, and used it all the way up to 1996.
December 11, 2010
1966 Mosrite The Ventures 12-string
Stunning Mosrite in pacific blue. Rare find.
December 1, 2010