Modified Univox guitars
These are oddball Univox's that were modified enough to make them pretty
disitnctive in my eyes.
- Univox M340 (
5 )- Very interesting hollowbody with some sort of on-board syth effect. I have
no idea what it does exactly. I belive this guitar is rather rare. Appears to be a modified Effie
- Univox B300 "Guitorgan" available in black (
4 ) and red
with control pedal (1,
- Similar to the M340, bringing onboard electronics to
a new level of insanity. An Effie guitar with some kind of organ/synthesizer. These were aftermarket additions made by
Musiconics of Waco Texas.
- Les Paul FX (1) - Les Paul copy with active elctronics and on-board FX,
2 humbuckers with metal covers, 3 knobs,
volume, tone, speed. Volume
also acts as an off switch when turned all the way down. Raised pickguard, headphone jack, switches for phase (in/out),
effects (on/off) and the following effects: echo, tremolo, wah, whirlwind (rotovibe??), fuzz.
I have been informated that this was probably made by Kay.
- Gibson LP Copy - (1,
natural, elevated pickguard, 3 way switch and 4 knobs, humbuckers. Note the headstock is exactly like a Hi-Flier.
This could be put together from spare parts.
- Unknown Hi-Flier Style Guitar -
Black with red speckled pickguard, two thin single coil pickup, whamy bar (similar to hi-flier
or Fender Jaguar design) and 2 knobs. Headstock is exactly like later Hi-Fliers, the body is a Kawai from the early 70's/late 60's.
- Unknown Bass guitar with
Fender-style neck and headstock and small body. Probably a custom job.
- Modified Westbury - Westbury Custom sunburst,
with a red and black dragon painted (badly) on the body. Apparently the result of quite a hack job, thankfully
a reader of the site wrote in about this one.