Musima 1653 DDR 1955.
These guitars were built in East Germany with very good materials and by the same craftsmen who previously made for Framus and Hofner.
They are full-body guitars without cutaway, large size, 65 cm scale. They are very wide guitars at the hips, almost 43 cms.
Maple and mahogany laminate, same wood for the top and back, it also has a rosewood fingerboard and an adjustable neckless neck.
It has a late '60s vintage Schaller pickup installed.
The neck is attached to the body by a screw that also allows to adjust the angle of the neck to modify the height of the strings, this system was used in Vienna since 1900.
Very comfortable to play in all positions, the neck is a luxury, balanced and stable, with a perfect tuning and balance.
The fingerboard and frets have been reconditioned, and the guitar allows a perfect adjustment both in tuning and in the height of the strings (1.5 mm for the first string at the 12th fret).
It has overall volume and tone and a jack socket on one side. It works perfectly without noise or hum.
"Musima guitars were built in East Germany, behind the iron curtain. The beginnings of the" Musima company "in the town of Markneukirchen. They were instruments widely used by professionals in their time, for their reliability, their good sound and above all their playing comfort, The quality of their materials was good and they were as famous as Hofner and Framus were on the other side of the Iron Curtain ... "