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Goya M-50
1958 catalog

1959 flyer

Goya version of Levin LM 50.
Goliath size:
Body width: 400 mm.
Body length: 505 mm.
Body depth: 95/120 mm.
Fingerboard width: 43 mm.
Scale length: 630 mm.
Spruce top with ladder bracing.
Flame maple back & sides.
5-ply wood bound top.
Single wood bound back.
Mahogany bolt-on neck
with adjustable truss rod.
Metal Levin truss rod cover with a star and "1900".
Single-bound headstock with no inlay and decal logo.
Single-bound rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl block inlay.
Rosewood bridge with mother-of-pearl inlay.
Nickel plated individual open back tuners with pearloid buttons.
Natural finish.

It appears a batch of test examples were made in 1957:
Earliest known example: 357670 (1957)
357673 (1957)

Introduced: Circa 1958:

375177 (1958)
375180 (1958)

Circa 1958:
No star or "1900" on truss rod cover (star and "1900" used until Circa 1962).

Circa 1960:
Van Gent tuners (Kolb tuners used until Circa 1963).

Circa ?:
No inlay on bridge.

436667 (1963)
Latest known example: 283218 (1966) - (leftover M-50 body with T-16 neck?)