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Whereas the Chicago makers are the ones who interest me the most, I'm not acquainted with that name. My Wenberg book is at the shop, someone else will likely chime in before I can check it. Looks like decent workmanship, the maple (back and sides anyways) strikes me as American, namely Big Leaf. If you have it set up just changing the strings from Preludes to something better should give it a boost. Just my thoughts..

 

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11 hours ago, Jeff White said:

My Wenberg is at the shop too, but it screams American to me, and I agree with the "American maple too".

I think Chgo. likely means Chicago, and this maker could have very well flown under the radar, plenty of undocumented hobbyists making instruments over the years. 

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