Aria 4 string Basses For sale
Aria, a Japanese company founded in 1953 by a classical guitarist, has been making electric guitars since 1966. Since 1976, electric Aria models have been marketed under the Aria Pro II name, which created several Aria versions of popular guitars, such as the Fender Strat and the Gibson Les Paul. The rosewood fingerboards of these big-name copies and the flamed maple bodies have, in many cases, endured the effects of time even better than the originals.
Yngwie Malmsteen and Herb Ellis both play Aria guitars and have offered professional endorsements.
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