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Supro Ozark 1560 S

The Supro Ozark 1560 S is a vintage electric guitar. It has 10 mm gauge strings and employs a single pickup near the bridge. It was recreated by Roy Dalvin in December, 1990. The guitar is most famous for being the first electric guitar Jimi Hendrix owned. His white Supro Ozark was from his father, who purchased it from Myers Music shop in Seattle in 1958.


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