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28 minutes ago, northcntryblues said:

That bridge is... interesting.  First time I've ever seen one of these.

They actually gave you three saddles with each mk series guitar for play height. 

these had fan bracing much like a classical guitar . Or the kasha Ovation 
 

there was the 35, 53, 72 . And 81  and a bowtie version 99  5 models 

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2 hours ago, northcntryblues said:

That bridge is... interesting.  First time I've ever seen one of these.

Placement of the pickguards is . . . umm, interesting, too. Kind of got a yin-yang thing going on there.

And someone enjoyed playing it enough to wear some divots into the fretboard, as well.

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1 hour ago, 62burst said:

Placement of the pickguards is . . . umm, interesting, too. Kind of got a yin-yang thing going on there.

And someone enjoyed playing it enough to wear some divots into the fretboard, as well.

 If I recall, one of the upper end Mark series guitars came with a removable pickguard.  

 

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42 minutes ago, ksdaddy said:

I think they were shipped with no guard and the owner had the choice of adding it or not. I have a couple.

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42 minutes ago, ksdaddy said:

I think they were shipped with no guard and the owner had the choice of adding it or not. I have a couple.

TAoTiSv.jpg

Those got adhesive on the back or did those slide under the sound hole ring?

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