1981 Aria Pro II SH-800
Matsumoku + Hayashi collcaboration
Here citing from Wikipedia - Design engineer Nobuaki Hayashi became part of Matsumoku's engineering team in the mid-1970s. Hayashi's pseudonym, 'H. Noble', appeared on the rear headstock of tthis guitar. Aria's guitars, that followed showed remarkable design innovation and a definitive move away from Gibson and Fender forms...
So this guitar features semi hollow + semi solid. F holes are carved from chamber-structured top and back. Soundwise, acoustic mellow sounds + Sharp solid tone. Different from SH-1000 which features active circuit, SH-800 has passive circuit, resulting in midrange boost and punchier sound.
This beautiful piece is in great quality, well maintanined for over years. Hardcase comes along to you!
For those who are less familiar with this brand, quick introduction about Aria Pro II brand - originated from Arai trading, a Nagoya-based acoustic guitar maker. In 1975, 9 years after its market debut, Arai launched a new brand named Aria Pro II for its electric guitar products to distinguish from its acoustic series.