Acoustic Hollow Body Archtop guitar
Layered maple body, maple neck
In the 1960s Egmond was the largest producer in Europe. Their models were sold under different brand names, such as Wilson, Rosetti, Vega or Alpha.
These early acoustic archtops sold at a fraction of the price of an imported American guitar. However, the Egmond had all the features important to beginner guitarists: a sunburst finish, simple body bindings, a floating pickguard and stylized holes, but cheap wood and a missing trussrod.
Used by artist(s): George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Brian May