any help would be much app cheers Kelvin That mountain on the label represents Mt. The guitar factory was located nearby and took their name from the English spelling translation.
If you check the writing on the label the word 'conscience' is missing the letter 's'.
They are no longer being made or distributed, which makes them rare.This page was created for collectors and enthusiasts; for the sole purpose of providing information, photo documentation and research tools.Aria Pro II did some copies of famous American guitars such as the Fender Stratocaster and the Gibson Les Paul though it also did its own style of guitars.In the 70s and early 80s the company came into its own in the United States with a series of high end professional instruments. 1 (Japanese Text) - 08 Pages 1976 Aria Pro II Guitar Catalog Vol.
2 (Japanese Text) - 08 Pages 1977 Aria Pro II "Jolly Bible for the Young" Guitar Catalog (Japanese Text) - 20 Pages 1977 Aria Pro II American Issue Guitar Catalog - 08 Pages 1977 Aria Pro II Volume IV Guitar Catalog (Japanese Text) - 08 Pages 1977 Aria Pro II Stringed Instrument Brochure with Handwritten Prices - 06 Pages 1977 Aria Pro II Masterpiece Prototype Guitar Brochure - 04 Pages 1979 Aria Pro II Guitar Catalog with Pricelist - 18 Pages 1979 Aria Pro II Guitar Catalog (Japanese Text) - 24 Pages 1979 Aria Pro II Vol.
My guess is the guitar probably dates from the late 1960's/early 1970's.
Hi I have a Suzuki 1665 guitar, it was my grandfathers, I am not sure exactly how old it is but I expect it's from either the 50's or 60's also has RM 10203 written on it.
Some of their professional models were known as Firebrands because of the Firebranded Aria logo on the reverse of the headstock.
The Firebrand guitars were produced in very small runs.
They were then given to either named artists who promoted Aria Guitars or to the very top dealers as gifts.