My grandpa is looking for the name of a guitar he used to play with when he was younger. He tells me that the electric guitar brand is something like "Andrea", "Andrezza" or "Andre", he also tells me that the manufacture is Italian. Does anybody have any idea of the manufacture of this guitar? Or can you find this guitar anywhere online?

The electric guitar's body is white, the pick guard has golden dots and the neck is black.

Picture of guitar to be identified

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  • Avanti, Anastasio Fasanaro, Andrea Tacchi, Adona, Anea, Angella, Antonio de Torres? Here are guitar companies by letter and logo. guitar-list.com/logos Nov 13 '21 at 22:18
  • This clearly isn't any of present major manufacturers. If you want to identify it, provide more details. E.g. the sticker you added indeed suggests it is Italian. What is on the front of the headstock? Is there anything on the back of the headstock? Are there any writings, names, labels on any other parts of the instrument? Nov 14 '21 at 19:10
  • I don't have any more names on the headstock., I do have a name in a metal piece in the front of the guitar, is something like: "Davoli", I'll add a picture.
    – RFeynman
    Nov 14 '21 at 20:08

From your last pictures, it seems that it is a "wandre davoli".

Here you can find a picture, with the brand and some info. The colour is not the exact same but every thing else is: form of the pickup guard, electronics and especially that very peculiar shape on the pickups.

You can also have a look here, look for the red one!


Googling "Davoli pickups" yields this forum thread: https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/anyone-know-what-davoli-pickups-are.2153806/ in which someone wrote "they're the Italian-made pickups found in Wandre guitars". This seems like a name that matches your description.

There is some more information in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wandre_Guitars

  • Was that simultaneous?
    – Tom
    Nov 14 '21 at 20:54
  • @Tom It looks like your answer came 13 seconds earlier (when I hover over the date).
    – Clockwork
    Nov 18 '21 at 8:45
  • @Tom yes, I was typing, saw Tom posted, so I hit "send" as well. That's SE, what to do? Nov 18 '21 at 18:14

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