Here's a '70s Dobro model you rarely see, in fact it may be the first time Gryphon has had one. Dobro first offered a carved Model 66 in the early 1930s, and with a selling price of over $65 at the height of the Great Depression they weren't cheap and few were sold. This version from 40 years later was done using the same sandblasting technique to "carve" the elaborate design in the top and back, but unlike the 1930s originals the design was not continued on the sides and headstock. In terms of sound this is essentially much like a 60 DS of the same period. Original Waverly tuners, original chrome-plated parts on the body with original spider and cone. Case might be original but we're not sure so we won't make that claim. Show up with this Dobro at the next jam session and you can be sure you'll have the only one, in fact most Dobro players won't have even seen one!