1960s Eko P2


Located in Portland, OR


Eko Eko ekooooo. Up for grabs a 1960s Eko P2 acoustic! Eko guitars are Italian made guitars known for their funky design and unique tone. They were the largest exporter of guitar in Europe during the 60s. This is a great looking guitar from its cool finish, to Eko engraved tuners, the Eko decal on the front, and nice wood strip on the neck. It plays a quirky little tune but at this point in its life would be best used as a slide guitar.

Specs! Nickel Stamped Eko tuners. Zero Fret. nut measures 1-11/16″. Mahogany and maple neck witha depth of .92″ at the first fret and 1.25 at the 12th fret. The neck has alot of relief in it. It has a 25.5″ scale length. Rosewood finger board. It has its original 18 frets. Floating rose wood bridge. Some has installed a new tail piece. Does not include a case. Weighs 3 pounds and 11.7 ounces.

If you need a funky slide guitar look no further! Its always fun to have an Italian made guitar in your collection. Its got that cool plunky tiny sound you’ll find in vintage beginners guitars. Would be fun as a wall hanger or cool slide guitars.


Year: 1960s

Model: P2

Serial: 132518

Case: Does not come with a case.

Weight: 3 pounds and 11.7 ounces.

Condition: This guitar is in fair condition.

Modifications: The tail piece has been replaced.

Comments: One funky slide guitar!