Another beauty from Lordbizarre's electric guitar and amp museum. The model name of this guitar is unknown. Here's the owner's description:

I don't know what the model name and/or number is, the seller sold it as "Skurill". Solid body,but light weighted, with red & golddust painted. Bridge saddles are in plexi or some kind of plastic, hope they don't attack the strings in the future (as often Orfeus' saddles do). Very nice design with a very sculptured body and old push-button switches (as one can find on old radio's).

As many Orfeus's the fretboard is painted black (or "ebonised"...?...) and the neck is realy thick. Not an easy player for the first time. It's the same neck as the Tele Thinline Orfeus. As always also a DIN plug to amp connection.

Don't know when this was made, still have to investigate the pot's & electrics, but on first view there's nothing on it.

Ivan alias Lordbizarre
"Lordbizarre's electric guitar and amp museum"
Rock ! electric guitar and amplifier repair
Leuven, Belgium, Europe

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