In this extremely old photo of Frank Zappa, we can just make out a (now vintage) Supro Dual-Tone guitar. "The earliest known picture of FZ with a guitar, from his 1958 high-school year book One of the rare photographs of FZ from this period is from the Antelope Valley High School 1958 yearbook. A montage of pictures of students, it shows him playing a white Supro Dual Tone electric guitar." - An excerpt from [*Zappa's Gear*](http://www.zappasgear.com/suprodualtone.html).more
Michael Scheuchzer, guitarist of MercyMe, is seen jamming the title track of the band's 2014 album, "Welcome To The New", on a televised appearance. What was once mistaken as an Eastwood Guitars Airline Twin Tone which was modified to feature a Hipshot Baby Grand Guitar Bridge and a single color pick guard, was actually a Supro Dual-Tone Electric Guitar. This guitar was built by luthier John Bolin at a time when the company was owned by Zinky. Mike actually saw this submission and put his own stamp on this mistake. Thank you Mike! Mike Scheuchzer? @mikescheuchzer Replying to @MakMeGuyGardner @EastwoodGuitars @Equipboard "It’s actually a Supro Dual Tone from the short lived Zinky owned years. Fantastic guitar! The luthier was John Bolin of Bolin Guitars. Has ALL the vintage vibes!!! That’s not to say I wouldn’t gladly play an Eastwood ;) Used an Eastwood Baritone in studio"more
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