As early as December, 1960, Dee Corby was a DJ on KVEC in San Luis Obispo, California USA in the 1960's. In the same time period, he also headed-up the group Dude Ranch Cowboys.
Dee Corby had a Buck-O-Roo custom doubleneck guitar made for him by Don Stanley (from Mosrite parts) around the year 1968. In addition to the novelty of the guitar having two necks and inlaid fredboard featuring "DEE" on the top neck and "CORBY" on the bottom neck), the top neck featured 14 strings (with three strings for the D- and G-string courses). The unusual guitar was made at cost, in exchange for the publicity of Dee playing the unusual guitar in public. The guitar was left in the care of a friend in the 1970's, only to be lost to Dee for many years (along with the frined), until the guitar showed up on an eBay auction to be purchased by artist Deke Dickerson around 2008.