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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by axe4me, Mar 15, 2019.
Quite likely. Peerless is a OEM factory for alot of companies, kinda like Cort,Samick, Fujigen or Terada.
I think Gretsch Electromatic guitars are made there too.
I found one of these without the Stetsbar.
I have a thing for single p/u guitars these days.
I saw one on Ebay for $1199.00
The one I found was new at $399.00.
Indeed, some are. I have a 5125 from Peerless and my 5120 is Samick made.
All the reviews I've heard about these guitars has been positive.
Duesenberg Guitars - Wikipedia
The woodwork is done primarily in South Korea with finishing and Plek work done in Germany. Most models feature a neck made of American Hardrock Maple.
Founder: Dieter Gölsdorf
Industry: Musical instruments
Key people: Dieter Gölsdorf, Ingo Renner
Headquarters: Hannover, Germany
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OK, I got my curiousity taken care of.
I played 2 Peerless Retromatic guitars.
A Peerless Retromatic 1 and Retromatic 3 non trem.
They felt cheap and sounded like a blanket was over them.
The necks felt like cheap plastic.
The pots and hardware felt flimsy.
I don't remember the sound of a Duesenberg when I played one over 20 years ago..............I do remember that it didn't float my boat and it felt very plastic to me.
Made in South Korea and sent to Germany for something.
I guess Mike Campbell and Joe Walsh are given their Duesenbegs with a decent comission.