Wow, what a beauty! Just having this hanging on a wall looks awesome!



Up for sale is a 1967-68 "Bruno Royal Artist" made in Japan.



In absolutely fantastic condition. Just missing the Switch tip, headstock logo and scratchplate, which are all cosmetic, but more importantly includes the Trem screw, which always seems to be missing on most ones I have seen!



These were some of the finest sounding hollow body guitars to come out of 1960s Japan. These were thought made in the famous Matsumoko Factory.


The great Stevie Ray Vaughan used to  play a Bruno Royal Artist in his High School band, "Cast of Thousands" which is pretty cool!



Plays beautifully with a super thin neck. Condition is also fantastic for its age with very little in the way of scratches or dings.



A rare chance to own a Vintage Japanese made guitar when they were at the top of their game.



Please get in touch with any questions