Model 1939

Based on Selmer No. 503 (Django Reinhardt's Selmer) and Selmer No. 504

Through the detailed examination of photographs, measurements taken from the original guitars and X-Ray pictures of the internal construction of these guitars, the Model 1939 is more than a replica, it is a guitar close to the original Selmer, both in construction and tone, built to carry on the tradition of a guitar for today's, and future guitarists of Swing and Gypsy Jazz music.

 



 







Model 1934

Based on Selmer No. 350

Through the detailed examination of photographs, measurements taken from the original guitars, the Model 1934 is more than a replica, with or without internal sound box (internal sound box extra cost) it is a guitar close to the original Selmer Maccaferri, both in construction and tone, the prefect rhythm instrument, but with it's 12 fret neck is also suitable for the lead guitarist who prefers the shorter scale. Built to carry on the tradition of a guitar for today's, and future guitarists of Swing and Gypsy Jazz music.

 

Sound hole detail



Model 1941 (Maple)

Based on Selmer No. 525

Through the detailed examination of photographs, measurements taken from the original guitar, the Model 1941 is a most accurate reproduction of the rarest of the models Selmer produced. Produced between the years 1941 - 1942, only around 20 of these guitars were ever produced.

The Royal Gypsy Jazz Model 1941, has solid Maple Back and Sides, selected European Spruce, vintage toned Top, a 'Spanish' heel, Maple Neck and a flat Head, (as per the original specifications)
 

 

Model 1941 Maple

Model 1941 Maple back

Model 1941 Head

Model 1941 heel & cut-away

 Photographs Copyright © Roy Eneas 2006