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I have attached a photo of one of our custom builds with the headstock visible.

We never show ourselves, but I've attached something that is the closest you can get.

Here is the "official" authorized story of our company..........

"The Anchor Guitar Studio and Guitar line both started in 2010. Our guitar shop was birthed out of the Sparrow Guitar Company, the training of our workers and a majority of our inventory is from the Sparrow Guitar Co.

A description of our shop is on the front of our homepage. They are made here in Port Richey, Florida in my home shop.

Anchor Photo of Tim Mc Leod's workshop/soldering: Jay Delaney Photo [Source; Tim Mc Leod, email 19/3/2013] Dave Anderson Port Richet, Florida USA since 1992. I do everything myself including the traditional nitrocellulose lacquer finish.

Dating Dave Anderson guitars The date and serial no. [Source and images: Dave Anderson, email 1/3/2013] HS Anderson later sold the rights to Hohner in Germany and continued to make them in Japan but with the Hohner Logo still in HS font.

For a time they were available with wither HSA or Hohner logo.

Hohner reissued the tele in the 80's with a tortoise red pick guard and Hohner Font logo.

Then again in 94 they reissued it calling it the Prinz with a non Fender like headstock due to threats from Fender.

We have a facebook page under Angus Mac Wood and a website.