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Designed in response to demand for large-body steel-stringed guitars in the 1930s, The Bacon & Day Señorita competed with high-grade models such as the Martin D-28 and Gibson Advanced Jumbo. Features include a scalloped X-braced top, rosewood back and sides, unusually-shaped tortoise-shell pickguard, and pearloid engraved sunburst peghead. Ironically, the Señorita was created during the height of the Great Depression where utility took precedence over luxury and beauty.

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