This is a vintage 1970s MCI “M340” Guitorgan semi-hollowbody electric guitar. This particular example, serial number 26790, is in very excellent all original condition and includes the original hard shell case, the original volume pedal, (2) original instrument cables, and copies of the instruction manual/schematic!
Teaming up with Baldwin, inventor Bob Murrell debuted his first Guitorgan at the NAMM show in 1967, and production continued through the ’80s. While not the most popular instrument of it’s time, the Guitorgan was definitely the most audacious creation, and with less than 3,000 total units produced, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find an example this nice in perfect working condition.
This Musiconics International Guitorgan features: an ES-335 lawsuit era body style, bound maple top, back and sides, a 2-piece maple neck, a bound rosewood fingerboard with dot inalys, a rosewood adjustable bridge and “Guitorgan” tailpiece, (2) Hofner Staple pickups, Rickenbacker style knobs, the original volume pedal, and the original hard shell case.