ngd ‘81 Aria Pro ll

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ngd , NOT NGD, as this is nothing spectacular, except for the condition it is in.

Not quite sure of the model of this particular guitar. I have spent a lot of time on the net trying to find out, to no avail.

I think she is pretty good looking. ” Not real pretty, but a nice personality “!

Has not arrived yet, hopefully soon.

Think this is one to leave on the stand for when a tune gets in your head. Easy access. Lock and load!

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Not from '81 unfortunately. Aria did not produce any bolt-on LPs at that time.
Also the tuners indicate an earlier year since they used double-ring tulip tuners on most LS models from '79 and onwards.

As far as I remember, the only bolt-on LS is the LS-430 from 1976.
(I'm not counting the Transition LS here since they have a different body shape)

It doesn't explain the serial unfortunately but there are still some things we do not know about some of the serial formats for Matsumoku-made guitars.
 

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Congratulations....very nice.

I have a soft spot for Aria Pro II's. My 1st non-POS guitar was a Cardinal Series.
 


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