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Enter for your chance to win the Silvertone 1423 Jupiter. Total retail value: $739. Giveaway ends January 19, 2014. Open to all territories except where prohibited by law. Click here to read the official rules.

Originally offered in 1959 through 1962, the Silvertone 1423 was made by the Harmony Company. It was known as the Jupiter H49 model in Harmony’s Stratotone Series . Pretty space age, eh? While Silvertone didn’t use this name, collectors often refer to the 1423 as a “Jupiter.” The highlight of this Reissue is the unique “blender control” control setup. In addition to separate volume and tone controls for each pickup, the guitar features a “blend” knob that alters the balance between the two pickups when the selector is in the middle position.

Silvertone 1423 Jupiter specs

Body
Construction: Solid
Material: Mahogany
Binding: 3-ply white/black/white
Finishes: Black Gold Flake

Neck
Material: Mahogany
Inlay: Block
Attachment: Bolt on
Truss rod: Dual action
Binding: 3-ply white/black/white
Neck Shape: C
# Of frets:20
Fret material: Nickel
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Nut material: PPS

Pickups and Controls
Pickups: Duncan Design FG101 set
Controls: Volume (2), Tone (2), Blend (1)
Switch: 3-way rotary
Output jack: ¼” mono
Pickguard: White single ply

Hardware
Tuners: Sealed
Finish: Chrome
Bridge: Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece: Trapeze

Dimensions
Overall Length:39″
Scale length: 24 ¾”
Nut width: 1 11/16”
12th fret width: 1 7/8”
Fretboard radius: 12”
Weight: 7lbs

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