There's something of a rare bird on my local CL that caught my attention, and I'm wondering if anyone here might know more. He's selling a 1968 Standel E-6N acoustic (full-size dred, arched back).I did a little research, and apparently these were made in VERY limited numbers. As the story goes, in the mid-1960s, Harptone hired luthier Stan Koontz to design a series of acoustic and electric guitars and basses for Standel. Although exact quantities are not known, the consensus seems to be that just a few hundred instruments were ever made, all in 1967 and 1968, at Harptones facilities in Newark, New Jersey. I know "rare" doesn't always equal "valuable" or even "good", but I am a little intrigued. Anyone ever seen or played one of these before?