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Alamo Fiesta 1960s

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Alamo was an amp company from San Antonio, Texas that made guitars during the 1960s. The story began with Mr. Charles Eilenberg, an electronics graduate from Jersey City. Eilenberg was contacted by Mr Milton Fink, owner of Southern Music, a large publishing company and music wholesaling business in San Antonio. Mr. Fink wanted to recruit Eilenberg to help set up a manufacturing business. Eilenberg agreed and moved to San Antonio to establish Alamo Electronics in 1947. Alamo amps were the first output. The company started making guitars in the 60s…

Here we have the Alamo Fiesta. Built in San Antonio in the '60s. These guitars are hollow which is interesting, and made to last. It plays great and has plenty of unique vintage mojo. Remember the Alamo!


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