On this episode of The Local Pickup, we are taking a look at this 1930s Stella Concert. The Stella has some deep roots in blues and modern music. Their guitars were more affordable in comparison to a Martin or Gibson guitar. Often, Stella was the first instrument artists would purchase who hadn’t made it big yet.

This guitar in particular originally had a tailpiece bridge system most likely, however a pin bridge has replaced that sometime in this guitar’s past 90 year lifespan. Between its V-shaped neck, charming wear, and painted fretboard, it is all around a beautiful instrument.

Learn more about this 1930s Stella guitar in the Guitarchive.

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