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  1. In Topic:Guild question 120 20

    Today, 09:09 PM

    View PostFZ Fan, on 21 November 2017 - 03:39 PM, said:

    Even the Chinese ones are not cheap. Can't imagine what I would have to pay for a USA Guild 12.


    Well, they've been moving their factory, and they haven't been making them, so we're talking used. I lucked out getting tipped off about my 2002 Corona-built JF30-12 on craigs in SoCal for 800 bucks! Ebony fretboard, hello? It's essentially an F-412 and performs like one! So there are good deals to be had, but you may have to wait around awhile. And meanwhile learn what to look for, and what to avoid.....

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  2. In Topic:Guild question 120 20

    Yesterday, 07:28 PM

    View PostFZ Fan, on 20 November 2017 - 04:41 PM, said:

    I want a 'Merican Guild 12'er


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  3. In Topic:Guild question 120 20

    Yesterday, 03:33 PM

    View PostJinder, on 20 November 2017 - 10:57 AM, said:

    Love those Maple dreads.


    It's the Guild jumbos that I love. Solid rosewood back or unbraced arched back maple laminate, they're everything I want in a 6 or 12-string.
  4. In Topic:My New Epiphone Inspired By 1964 Texan

    Yesterday, 06:40 AM

    View PostViktorija Arsic, on 19 November 2017 - 09:32 PM, said:

    Honestly, my photographs cannot fully capture the cherryburst colour gracing the solid spruce top. The finish is actually more like an autumn-burst; it has an amber quality that gently melts into antique orange when under direct light; the overall dusky shading is simply gorgeous.


    Yeah, that is a gorgeous burst! Major congrats, Vik, and welcome to the boards.

    And that dark fretboard looks like ebony! Sweet!
  5. In Topic:It Has To Be Love

    19 November 2017 - 05:40 PM

    View Postzombywoof, on 19 November 2017 - 10:27 AM, said:

    .....and my 1953 Epi Triumph Regent......


    Congrats on getting that back. That's a good one! A much more desirable vintage than the 1939 Epi Zenith I've got up for sale...

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    G Mac 

    08 Sep 2016 - 18:38
    Hi, Cougar! I, too, am humbled by your post in the crazy gig thread. As a Cryptkicker, you've been there and back. Thanks for sharing your story and your cat affection! Peace!
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    Cougar 

    09 Feb 2016 - 18:16
    Hey Dennis,
    What do you recommend? The seller said he just got the Guild set up and new strings, so I haven't changed them yet. I think I'll take it down to my tech and have him check it over and restring it while he's at it. ;^)
    Hey Retired,
    Sorry I missed your comment until now. Yeah, I picked up an ES339 Pro, and I don't use the split coil much. I l...
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    DennisB643 

    09 Feb 2016 - 07:54
    Cougar
    What brand and gauge of strings are you using on your 12 string(s) currently?
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    Retired 

    25 May 2015 - 00:04
    Hi Cougar. Thanks for the help on the Epiphone. I did get the black Standard, it plays and sounds great. My cousin who taught me to play had a black Gibson with white trim, always thought it was cool. I could have gone a $100.00 over the budget for a Pro, but now have enough extra for a Blues Pedal. Thanks again for your help.
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