Re: Avea or Anea Superformer Series Electric Guitar

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Posted by J. Trigg on Fri, 01/06/06 - 15:22:22.

: I've have this Telecaster shaped solid body electric guitar and want to identify the maker and date but can't find anything on it. It has a maple neck with mechanically adjustable nut, enclosed machine heads, two pickups, and Kahler tremelo. Came in sturdy Unitech Case. Anyone out there know something about this fine playing guitar or can steer me in the right direction?

: Thanks,

: JD

I have an ANEA Powerformer series Bass guitar that is copy of a Daion MarkXX bass. I have tried to do some research but always come up empty handed. There is no serial #. There was and anea electric guitar forsale on ebay a few months ago and I noticed that it was a copy of Daions electric. I feel that somehow Anea and Daion are connected. My anea is a bolt on neck and the Daions are neck-thruogh. Daoin was a company in texas that was owned by a japanese guitar builder and they made very quality instruments in the early 80s but soon went bankrupt. That's about all I know.

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Re: Avea or Anea Superformer Series Electric Guitar

I have a Superformer Series Guitar that I owned it for 20+ years.
Double cutaway body(Strat-style, but the body is flared out a bit)with a Humbucker(bridge position) and 2 single coil pickups(mid and neck position.)
It also has a Kahler tremolo and locking nut.
Neck is maple.
Pickup selectors switches are individual on-off toggles, except the humbucker. It seemed to be setup humbucker-off-single coil.
The pickups need to be replaced, but i cannot find anyone who has heard of this guitar or the setup for the humbucker that I mentioned.

Anea Pickups

I just finished restoring an Anea bass that I got off of E-bay. I got the pickups from a company called Stewart-MacDonald for pretty resonable, had to get the screws separatly because it comes with bass pickup screws, and even know it is a bass it needed humbucker screws for the pickups. Sounds great, well made guitar, just no paper trail where it came from.

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