Baldwin Model 706V

Baldwin Model 706V

Baldwin Model 706V with “F” Holes in a Sunburst Finish made by Burns of London for Baldwin in the U.S.A from 1967 until 1970. The bridge pickup on this guitar does not appear to be functioning. If there is a simple fix other than a complete rewind before shipment we will make it. Otherwise, the bridge pickup should not be expected to work. There is a hard-shell case, but not original.

This is an Italian made guitar.  These guitar were made from 1967 – 1970. The main parts were made in Italy and assembled at the Baldwin factory in Fayetteville, Arkansas. A Burns neck was added at the US factory with the signature scroll-top headstock. It’s possible other components were made by Burns or Baldwin directly but this appears to be largely Italian made parts including the pick-ups. The pickups are “Bar Type” humbuckers with adjustable screw poles and a Baldwin logo stamped on them. It has an adjustable roller bridget, Bigsby-like vibrato with string rollers.  The Baldwin 700 series guitars were a budget oriented line that included this 706V, a 706 with a trapeze tailpiece and die-cut “B” (no whammy), a 12 string called 712 (and 712T with a thinner neck), and a 704 bass. The guitars came in Cherry Red and Sunburst colors.