This little Stella is a real beauty. It is smaller than the standard Silvertone you are used to seeing. The pic of two guitars shows the common, cheaper Silvertone on the left (circa 1960). The Stella is a much higher quality instrument. Neck is perfectly straight with low action, neck joint is tight as is bridge. The tone is sweet. On par with much nicer guitars of the time. The scale length is 21.5″. Body is small and fretboard dimensions are scaled down. An amazing travel guitar! Small, robust sounding and fun to play! The back has some cracks that were repaired and are very secure. Frets are clean. Sounds best with silk and steel strings. No case. All original.
The first of the lp copies to come out. These have a great old vibe and sound and play great! Has new knobs and bridge. The rest is original. Has it’s share of bumps and bruises. Some cracks around neck joint seem to have been repaired. Guitar is solid and plays great.