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Nat Daniel started making solidbody guitars in 1954 for Sears.
By 1956, he’d developed the classic Dano construction of a largely hollow Masonite/ wooden frame body, but with no f-holes. The Gretsch Duo Jet (1953) also had a partially hollow, chambered body from launch.
Not only did it make the guitar more manageable in terms of weight, but it also contributed to its tone. Many guitars today use chambered construction in this way.