Wandre Guitars

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Wandre Blue Jeans or Teenager, also nicknamed Tri-Lam [note 1] (1960s)

Wandre Guitars is an electric guitar brand started by the Italian guitar manufacturer Antonio Vandrè Pioli. These guitars are famous for their original shapes, aluminium necks and unique switches.

The guitars were originally designed and manufactured from 1957 to 1968 by Pioli in Cavriago, Italy. Very small productions were made, which makes these guitars very sought-after in the vintage guitar market. Some guitars by Pioli have appeared under other brand names such as Framez, Davoli, Dallas, Avalon, Noble, Lipsky.

Models[edit]

Wandre made a lot of model of doublebasses, basses and guitars

  • Classich doublebass
  • Pocket bass
  • Naika doublebass
  • Marte duoblebass
  • Quarieg doublebass
  • Electro Blitz Bass
  • Swedenbass
  • Roc'n'Roll
  • Brigitte Bardot
  • Calypso
  • Rock Oval
  • Waid
  • Selene
  • Rock
  • Sapzial
  • Blue Jeans / Teenager / Trilam [note 1]
  • Piper
  • Bikini
  • Twist
  • Tigre
  • Doris
  • Polyphon
  • Cobra
  • Etrurian
  • Powertone
  • Soloist
  • Psychedelic Sound
  • Mini

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The name Trilam is not by Wandrè, but it has been advertised on second-hand ads.(Ballestri 2014)

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