1968 Kustom K200

You’ve all seen the crazy naugahyde amps but Kustom also made a line of guitars starting in late 1967 and running through 1969. The made in American build quality is excellent and the sound is fantastic. It is clear that they were trying to capture a small slice of the Mosrite and RIckenbacker market as these guitars are somewhat of a cross between the two. This one is in great shape with low, fast action and hot pickups. The factory Bigsby works great and overall this one is really fun to play. There is some buckle rash on the back, a few capo marks on the back of the neck and what appears to be a bit of scribbling with a pen inside the “f” hole. Besides this, there are no issues at all and this guitar is ready to rock! The pickup selector switch was a bit “loose” so it has been replaced but the original is in the case. Overall, this is a nice example of a fairly rare and unique American guitar.