This guitar was made in Japan in the mid-1960s by Zen-On, one of the numerous companies that built guitars back then for export to the US. We're not sure which distributor was using the Victoria name back then but the guitar is basically a rebranded Zen-On Artist's Supreme model. This guitar is in great functional condition but it is a little scruffy cosmetically. The headstock is made from two pieces of wood that have separated but have been reglued. The neck is very chunky and although it has no truss rod, it is very straight and playable. The two pickups sound great, with a distinct, Fender-ish tone. Includes a recent vintage gig bag.

stock no. 51642

ModelJ-50
TopSpruce
Back and sidesMahogany
Frets to body14
Nut width1 5/8"
Scale length24 7/8"
Bridge spacing2 1/8"
Bridge materialRosewood
Fretboard MaterialRosewood
Neck materialMahogany
Total frets20
BracingX pattern
CaseOrig. Hard
Serial No184245
Neck profileC
FinishLacquer
Tunersoriginal Kluson
Bindingcelluloid