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Allan Gittler built 60 of these minimalistic guitars in the late 70s to [[1982]], a later run of 300 featured plastic parts. From the initial New York run forty were sold through the mail, and twenty from Allan Gittler's apartment on the Lower East Side - that's where Andy bought his.
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Allan Gittler built 60 of these minimalistic guitars in the late 70s to [[1982]], a later run of 300 featured plastic parts. From the initial New York run forty were sold through the mail, and twenty from Allan Gittler's apartment on the Lower East Side - that's where Andy bought his. Bravo from July 22, [[1982]] features a photo with the guitar that looks like it might have been taken on [[1982-03-30]].
  
 
One of the originals is shown in New York's Museum of Modern Art.
 
One of the originals is shown in New York's Museum of Modern Art.

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Gittler Guitar
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Gittler Guitar
Artist: Andy Summers
Band or ensemble: The Police
Time gear used: 1983 - YYYY

Introduction

Allan Gittler built 60 of these minimalistic guitars in the late 70s to 1982, a later run of 300 featured plastic parts. From the initial New York run forty were sold through the mail, and twenty from Allan Gittler's apartment on the Lower East Side - that's where Andy bought his. Bravo from July 22, 1982 features a photo with the guitar that looks like it might have been taken on 1982-03-30.

One of the originals is shown in New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Andy Summers used a Gittler Guitar in the Synchronicity II video and some photo shoots.

Gear breakdown

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Quotations and trivia

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See also

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References and footnotes

sources: video, wikipedia, interview