Category:Greco guitars

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Greco (Japanese: グレコ Gurekou), a sister brand of Goya, was originally a guitar brand of Hershman Musical Instrument Company, New York (later Goya Music). In 1960s, Goya Music distributed imported acoustic guitars manufactured in West Germany and Yugosalvia, under the brand. The labels of these guitar said, "Designed, serviced and adjusted by Goya Guitars, Inc".[1]

In late 1960s, Kanda Shokai (Japanese: 神田商会, Shokai means trading company) produced electric guitars under the brand. Kanda Shokai is a musical instrument wholesaler mostly known for being part of Fender Japan.

Related brands[edit]

OEM suppliers[edit]

Hershman Musical Instrument Company:

  • Various manufacturers in European countries such as West Germany and Yugoslavia[1]

Kanda Shokai:


  1. a b c Greco catalog. Hershman Musical Instrument Company, New York (1965-1970).


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