I couldn't resist picking these two guitars up cheap ($100 for the pair). They were hanging on the wall of a small guitar shop, strung up with haywire. The guy sold mostly low-budget chinese guitars with strange names and stranger paint jobs, being unable to compete with the local chain store on Gibsons and Fenders and what not, so I'm glad I looked up upon leaving. Sorry for the lame picture, but they are: - 1964 Teisco EP9, Thinline Hollowbody with dual single coils. This guitar weighs all of 3.5 lbs. doesn't sound like much, but fun all the same. I'll work on it...Any suggestions for what people out there would consider a cool mod? P90s maybe? I might just take three strings off and play it like Seasick Steve's 3-string Trance Wonder, also a 60's Teisco, but with a DeArmond pickup. Anyway, if you have any thoughts on what I should do with this guitar, let 'em rip! - 1949 Alden Commander, Essentially a Harmony H1456 archtop sold at Sears, (apparently also sold as a Gretsch 1456 so maybe this forum is an OK place for it).