The Airline was Supro's most expensive single neck lap steel in the late 1950s. In their 1962 catalog Supro touted the guitar as their “finest Hawaiian guitar” and extolled the virtues of the “artistic fingerboard’ and how it was "comfortably light in weight and pleasantly smooth to the touch." This guitar is in excellent cosmetic and structural condition. The pots all work well and the pickup sounds great. Includes the original hardshell case.