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Article from Making Music, March 1987

This Eko three-pickup solid, built in Italy in 1964, has no proper model name, so we've called it the Espresso Special. The accordion-style glitter finish covers a body of finest plywood; Guitar Guru Paul Day, from whose collection it comes, assures us it's a "quite conservative" example of Italian luthiery of the mid-sixties. You'd have to pay up to £150 for one in good nick these days.

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Making Music - Mar 1987


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