The Canora Guitars is a Canadian guitar brand of the mid- to late- 1960s. According to Eugene Trademan, who was in charge of musical imports for Great West Imports of Vancouver, the brand came about when the company's electronics buyer, Dave Willis, returned from a trip to Japan.
Willis had news for Trademan. Trademan could expect a shipment of 2000 guitars from the Ida Gakki factory in Nagoya, Japan.
It was one of the companies that made Ibanez guitars.
Willis needed a name for the line of guitars. He asked Trademan what was his hometown. Trademan said, "Canora, Saskatchewan."
Canora is one of those mystery brands. Only a few thousand of these guitars emerged out of Japan this one is in good condition over all but needs to be cleaned and new tuners put on, comes with a top of the line Yamaha bass guitar case, the case is large and one of the best fender bass case's I have ever seen..Has a set of older Japanese tuners in the case..
Im moving and need to sell,
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