Univox Westbury Performer
The Univox Westbury Performer was the last model made by Unicord before changing the company's name to "Westbury". The Univox Westbury Performer looks like one sleek, carved piece of wood, with its built-in three piece neck and flowing double cutaways lines. This smooth rosewood fingerboard hosts 22 frets with pearlized position dots enticing swift flying fingers to run up and down for a rally of friction-free note bending masterpieces. The machine heads are chrome encasements, maintenance-free, and permanently lubricated for full-term wear. It also features a pair of chrome plated hum-bucking pick-ups with volume and tone controls and a fingertip three position toggle switch. The Univox Westbury Performer came in a choice of a deep toned walnut or a natural finish, and was manufactured from 1976 - 1977.