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Kanda Shokai at first used the Greco brand name for the solid body models and used the Canda brand name for their Acoustic models which was based on the company name Kanda Canda.
Silvertone guitars represent the honest character of the guitars that created the classic music that still rules today.
To the right and below, you will find some images that will hopefully help you to locate the complete serial number on your instrument.
Please be aware that some instruments manufactured in the late '50s cannot be interpreted by this decoder.
Greco copies are becoming extremely rare and demand gets higher as time passes for these vintage collectibles.
The best series of Greco by far are the “Super Real” (made in 1980 only) and “Mint Collection” (made from 1981-1990) models, which were made to amazing likeness to original Fenders and Gibson’s.
These guitars were made by the same guys who made the Greco "Sparkle Sound," "Spacey Sound," "Sparkle Sound," and "Super Real" Stratocasters from 1977-1981.
Greco still retained the business of selling great Gibson clones and other brand knockoffs of extraordinary high quality up until 1989.
Teisco six- string bass followed an unusual body shape that was used on one of their guitars. It has two harmonica looking pickups, two switches, volume and tone.
The company produced guitars as well as keyboard instruments, microphones, amplifiers and even drums.
Teisco products were widely exported to the United States and the United Kingdom.
But by 1974 or so, their standard of making these copies escalated as they acquired correctly styled hardware. In no time, Greco made more clone models of original Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, Gretsch, Zemaiti, lbanez, (and other brands) than all other Japanese company combined.
In terms of quality, skill and knowledge, they beat Tokai to the lawsuit race by at least 5 years.
Sometimes, Greco didn’t use letters and only numbers, and even separated the first digit from the rest on occasion.