MOSRITE GUITARS WILL BE BUILDING RAMONES MODEL

Copyrightę 1998-2006-> by Rocco Egizio and Jari-Pekka Laitio

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Here's latest info of the Johnny Ramone guitar model, they're also signed by Johnny himself! Only 30 of these signed guitars will be available worldwide! In fact, Mosrite has stated that these may be the last run of Johnny Ramones models. Snow white Ventures II model with stop tailpiece, Dimarzio single coil bridge pickup, Seymour Duncan neck mini humbucker pickup, and Gotoh tuners. Two different knobs, just like Johnny had it! Includes deluxe soft case with Mosrite logo. Only $1795.

Rocco has finally got one of the new mosrites. Rocco should have more in a month or so and he wanted to let everybody know for whom he didn't got chance to respond, that she's very sorry for not replying, He's just been very busy and WAITING for this one to get.

BASIC INFO OF THE GUITARS:

Mosrite Guitars is still in business and will be building RAMONES Model guitars. Rocco Egizio will be an authorised distributor for these guitars and other models. At first there was plans that first are ready in may, but Rocco is STILL waiting these guitars, hopefully first shipment of 5 should be ready in the near future. Four of these guitars will be available for sale. More will be made as demand increases.

There will be 3 basic body styles available with several different colors. The craftsmanship that goes into these guitars has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Rocco is building own homepage and he send soon to me pictures also.

You can see Johnny playing one of these in the Spiderman and I Don't Wanna Grow Up videos. There is also a picture of Johnny and Semie Moseley[ founder of Mosrite Guitars] in the Ramones book An American Band. Johnny is holding a black one in the picture. I believe this is the first one built.

Ever since Semie died Loretta Moseley has been working very hard to keep Mosrite up and running and it appears that 1998 is going to be the year for Mosrite to start making a big comeback. Mosrites are historically very collectible and often increase in value, The list prices start at $1649.00 for the base model and up to $2649.00 for the top of the line model. I realize that this is not cheap but, are extremely well made and handmade quality does not come cheap. These prices include a hardshell case.

Low serial numbers are always more desirable to collectors and hold their value in the market. Very few of these guitars have been built since they started making them and I'm hoping that I will be able to have more built.

CONTACT ROCCO AND ASK MORE:
E-MAIL:
Zarfnober@aol.com

ADDRESS:
Rocco Egizio
192 West Gartner # 168
Naperville , Illinois 60540
U.S.A.