Nothing says Americana like a National guitar, whether its a pre-war resonator or one of the many electric and acoustic instruments produced under the Valco umbrella in the '50s & '60s, they are some of the coolest and most unique vintage guitars out there. This 1962 National Westwood 75 is a wonderful example of an early 'Map of American' shaped National electric, with the Mahogany body design found on the first few production years before moving to the 'ResoGlas' body. The Westwood 75 features a Cherry Sunburst finish and bound Rosewood neck with pearloid block inlay. The body is fitted with a 'VistaSonic' pickup in the neck and a 'Silversound' under saddle bridge pickup, giving a wide range of tonal options. Other features include the clear Lucite wing shaped pick guard with blue National logo, 'butterfly' tuners and chrome hardware.
This guitar is in very good condition and is internally and externally original. There is some minor play wear and buckle rash to the back of the body, but no more than you would expect from an instrument of its age. This guitar has been given a full service & setup by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.