Vintage Guitar - July 2016 - Open - 74
crossed it stays that way. The entire
combo logs a diminutive 16" x 12.75" x
7.75". Cute, right?
Vega kept at it through the war years
and a couple decades after, but the brand
has always remained more in evidence
for its guitars (some very cool indeed)
than for its amplifiers, and of course
banjos remained central to the catalog,
too. In 1970, C.F. Martin purchased Vega
mainly as a way of adding banjos to its
own lineup. From there, the name was
also disseminated to a line of imported
guitars before the brand eventually lapsed.
In 1989, Deering Banjo purchased the
name and applied it to a range that is still
Inside the chassis is old-school, pointto-point wiring with newer capacitors
subbed in by way of routine maintenance.
manufactured today. Alas, there are no
amplifiers in the lineup. Oldsters like this
one do occasionally surface, but they're a
rare sightings these days.
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