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    Ah I see, I miseed that thread end of last year....

    Ah I see, I miseed that thread end of last year. That's indeed an interesting one you got! Especially with that serial number and later M-20 (and M-30) got very different (lower) serial numbers.
    Ralf
  2. You started the "veer", so here's a M-85 bass in...

    You started the "veer", so here's a M-85 bass in action by Sheryl Crow:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqiypMz5xGo

    Ralf
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    That's the mid 60ies stlye (3rd style already at...

    That's the mid 60ies stlye (3rd style already at that time):
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    Those M-95 are hard to photograph to see the nice...

    Those M-95 are hard to photograph to see the nice figuring of the quilted hog. Would be probably a task for GAD!

    Here's another one, roughly one year older than Steve's one, which I once was...
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    I assume we are talking your 1957 M-20 ? The...

    I assume we are talking your 1957 M-20 ? The pickguard shape might have looked like this in 1957?

    http://www.glennsguitars.com/guitars/others/files/1958-guild-m20.jpg

    This special shape would...
  6. Thread: Westerly m140

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    Sounds like you don't want to know neck width but...

    Sounds like you don't want to know neck width but neck thickness. Because "neck width" at the nut (=nut width) is 1.75", so it can't be .83" at the first fret. Neck thickness is not given in the...
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    Should be Seymour Duncan P-90 pickups as the M-90...

    Should be Seymour Duncan P-90 pickups as the M-90 had.

    I love the quilted mahogany top!

    Ralf
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    Ah, o.k., interesting. I just checked that 4 of...

    Ah, o.k., interesting. I just checked that 4 of 12 had a December 2000 serial number and didn't know they built the twelve over more than a year.
    Ralf
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    If it is a M-95 it was made in Nashville in about...

    If it is a M-95 it was made in Nashville in about end 2000/early 2001.
    Ralf
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    See spec on Guild website...

    See spec on Guild website: Fingerboard Material: Ebony
    Ralf
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    Were the wires red and blue or plain black?...

    Were the wires red and blue or plain black? Because there was a change from the red and blue wires to simply black wires for instance in the S-200 model. And the black wires have no quick connectors...
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    http://9thcivic.com/forum/styles/default/xenforo/s...

    http://9thcivic.com/forum/styles/default/xenforo/smilies/2/2thumbsup.gif http://9thcivic.com/forum/styles/default/xenforo/smilies/2/hail.gif What a great looking guitar !!!

    Ralf
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    M-95 ! Looks great! Ralf

    M-95 ! Looks great!
    Ralf
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    You mark a word and click the little Earth you...

    You mark a word and click the little Earth you see left of insert picture. One is "Hyperlink" and the other "Unlink". You can additinally mark this word in bold for instance. Test.
    Ralf
  15. Thread: Guild X-375B

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    Yes, you are right! Ralf

    Yes, you are right!
    Ralf
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    http://9thcivic.com/forum/styles/default/xenforo/s...

    http://9thcivic.com/forum/styles/default/xenforo/smilies/2/dancing2.gif https://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h16/auroraohio/Smiley/nopics.gif
  17. Thread: Guild X-375B

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    Actually I found varous pictures where the...

    Actually I found varous pictures where the switches were arranged differently compared to the picture I posted above.
    B, M, T, MB, TM, TB or also B, M, T, MB, TB, TM
    So I don't know which one is...
  18. Thread: Guild X-375B

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    Member Little Johnny has not posted since 2015,...

    Member Little Johnny has not posted since 2015, he had only 9 posts in total so I doubt he will answer.
    EDIT: Only the first picture was his guitar and it was a 1963 one. The second picture was from...
  19. Thread: Guild X-375B

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    I hope this picture answers it. Assuming...

    I hope this picture answers it. Assuming everything is still wired originally... (And don't think B as Bridge...)

    B (bass=neck pup), M (middle), T (treble=bridge pup), MB (middle-bass), TM ...
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    That's the same pot Guild uses for the Newark St....

    That's the same pot Guild uses for the Newark St. Starfire V as you can see here:

    https://shop.guildguitars.com/wp-content/uploads/009-9119-049_starfire5_wiring_harness.jpg

    Ralf
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    Those are the Japanese made tuners and the same...

    Those are the Japanese made tuners and the same like on my 1967 Starfire IV. Also without covers. Yes they are stiff as hell and need loads of lube to get them going (I use Tri-Flow or Finish Line...
  22. Ask Sweetwater! Maybe they can order a D-55 like...

    Ask Sweetwater! Maybe they can order a D-55 like you want! Seems like they have enough buying power to request custom things. On the other hand it would be interesting to test this D-40TDL against a...
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    Yes, that is a Starfire VI, it is our member...

    Yes, that is a Starfire VI, it is our member Jahn's guitar. Airline tubing works good as it keeps all better in position. I doubt you would be able to just change 1 pot. It depends which one it is...
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    In general yes, but don't underestimate the work...

    In general yes, but don't underestimate the work involved! Here's a great picture of our member Jahn who changed the electronics. Top Fin Airline Tubing (as used in aquariums) is a good helper as is...
  25. Thread: NGD Game

    by SFIV1967
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    Well, all strings are strung strange, sometimes...

    Well, all strings are strung strange, sometimes wound towards the inside, sometimes towards the outside and very loose only.
    They should be tightly wound and always wound towards the outside for...
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