The Univox Hi-Flier is an electric guitar marketed and sold by Univox later Unicord from roughly to With its reversed offset body, the Hi-Flier has an intentional resemblance to the Mosrite " Ventures " guitar. The name is often misspelled e. High Flyer.
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Antique Silvertone guitars were manufactured by five guitar makers, Danelectro, Harmony, National, Kay, and Teisco, to be sold by Sears department store from the s into the early s. While all of these guitars bear the name "Silvertone" on their headstocks, the design of the instruments differs greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer. Many different models of Silvertone guitars exist, but the vast majority of them can be dated via the serial number. In general, the older the guitar is, the more it is worth. Search the guitar for a serial number.
Kurt Cobain’s 1970s Univox Hi-Flier Phase 3
Univox was a musical instrument brand of Unicord Corporation from the early s, when they purchased the Amplifier Corporation of America of Westbury, New York and began to market a line of guitar amplifiers. Univox also distributed guitars by Matsumoku , effects units by Shin-Ei Companion, and synthesizers by Crumar and Korg. In the early s the Unicord Corporation, a manufacturer of electric transformers , purchased the Amplifier Corporation of America and began marketing a line of amplifiers under the name of "Univox".
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