We know these Bozo "Bell-Western" models were made in Japan, but we're not sure of the exact year or the exact name of the company that made them. Mid-to-late 1970s is an educated guess, and the maker was probably K. Yairi or Morris. This example is in excellent and original condition, with some light scratches on both the top and back and a couple of noticeable finish checks on the top (these are only in the finish, and are not cracks in the spruce). Original hardshell case is in equally good condition. A fine 12-string in Bozo Podunavac's unique style, and one that will stand up to heavier strings in standard tuning without complaint.

stock no. 47648

ModelB 80S-12 (made in Japan)
Topsolid spruce
Back and sidessolid Indian rosewood
Frets to body14
Nut width1 29/32"
Scale length25.4
Bridge materialrosewood
Fretboard Materialrosewood
Neck materialmahogany
Serial NoDG-2A-145
Total frets20
CaseOrig. Hard