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    If you are interested to learn a bit more about...

    If you are interested to learn a bit more about the initial time in Corona, watch this 18 minute video. It was shared here before but still great history to watch for those who had not seen it yet....
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    Thanks Bob! I need to watch this, looks good!...

    Thanks Bob! I need to watch this, looks good!
    Ralf
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    Only for East Indian Rosewood and a few others....

    Only for East Indian Rosewood and a few others. But not for Brazilian Rosewood!

    Don't ask me how guys like a Joe Bonamassa can buy vintage instruments (which all contain Braz) in Europe and...
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    Now that's a story! Including the Songbird! And...

    Now that's a story! Including the Songbird! And the thief took the uke with the name on it to a store. Wonder why they did not arrest that thief yet if the store realized it?
    Ralf
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    Especially when you know the famous people who...

    Especially when you know the famous people who were building some of them...

    https://www.guitare-village.com/occasion/_images/2016/20160418/relic13.jpg

    Ralf
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    Thanks for posting! Can't remember an discussion...

    Thanks for posting! Can't remember an discussion about Cyril Pahinui here. Unfotunatelly he also passed away already...

    Ralf
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    That is not correct for Dalbergia nigra !!!...

    That is not correct for Dalbergia nigra !!! "Trading (buying and selling, offering for sale, etc.) in specimens made of timber of the species Dalbergia nigra within the EU is only permitted if the...
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    Components inside used are all different...

    Components inside used are all different manufacturers, so I don't think that would be a good match. Same applied to the Lafayette models which were actually made in Japan.
    Ralf
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    A video, even better! But it still does not...

    A video, even better! But it still does not show/answer the question how exactly the end is fixed in the neck block regarding if it is "airtight" or if steam can travel freely all the way though the...
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    AG001683 was produced in Westerly in year 2001. ...

    AG001683 was produced in Westerly in year 2001.


    Ebony fretboards with dots were used roughly 1983 to 1986 as far as I know. This was also the same periode when mostly XR7 pickups were used....
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    GAD, this one is unbelievable! :biggrin-new: Like...

    GAD, this one is unbelievable! :biggrin-new: Like knob #24 !!!


    http://www3.alembic.com/img/inst/knobfest_controlsL.jpg

    Ralf
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    Not sure how "airtight" that visible hole in the...

    Not sure how "airtight" that visible hole in the neck heel would be. In general it looks like it's normal that steam would go into that hole and further through the channel in the neck. Unless that...
  13. Sticky: You forgot the picture of her and her Songbird!...

    You forgot the picture of her and her Songbird! :-) ("Your favorite picture...")

    https://img.aws.la-croix.com/2016/02/09/1200738698/Eva-Cassidy_0_1400_944.jpg

    Ralf
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    To continue what Rick already asked: In post 1...

    To continue what Rick already asked: In post 1 you say "the nut turns" (so it is not stuck) and in post 5 you say "the rod isn't turning". So if the rod isn't turning it would mean it is o.k., or?...
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    I thought I found another one pictured, but...

    I thought I found another one pictured, but realized that is actually the exact one GAD got!

    http://www.musical-instruments-for-all.com/imgs/517895.jpg


    To me the closest cousin is Radio...
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    @Thomas: Just out of interest, who was the...

    @Thomas: Just out of interest, who was the luthier in Markneukirchen?
    Ralf
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    Right, I forgot about the Baritone Ukuleles from...

    Right, I forgot about the Baritone Ukuleles from the 60ies. The tenor guitars were an option in the catalogs I believe.
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    Sam Ash asks $2.499 for the standard D-18:...

    Sam Ash asks $2.499 for the standard D-18: https://www.samash.com/martin-d-18-acoustic-guitar-md18xxxxx
    And for the "modern deluxe" version $3.399:...
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    No, there was no Baritone guitar in the real...

    No, there was no Baritone guitar in the real Guild offering.
    The only one in the "DeArmond by Guild" line (but not an acoustic) was the "Bajo Jet" and the idea came from the early 80ies Veillette...
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    I am really surprised no schematics are available...

    I am really surprised no schematics are available for the B-401 and B-402 yet.

    Ralf
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    The first 5 messages of new members are...

    The first 5 messages of new members are moderated, so I assume new members are not allowed sending PMs for some time due to the danger of SPAM.
    Ralf
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    Correct, here's a picture of a B-401. The PCB is...

    Correct, here's a picture of a B-401. The PCB is the same as used in the B-402. The Op-am (I asume it's a Texas Instruments TL062CP http://www.ti.com/lit/gpn/tl064) seems to be in a socket, so...
  23. The Guild mini humbuckers in the 60ies and the...

    The Guild mini humbuckers in the 60ies and the new Korean made copies have only two screws. The full size HB-1 starting in the 70ies have 3 mounting screws.
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    Welcome to LTG! Can't remember schematics for the...

    Welcome to LTG! Can't remember schematics for the B-40x series, but maybe somebody here has that info. Stay tuned.
    Ralf
  25. O.k., now that I looked again on the large...

    O.k., now that I looked again on the large picture I found you are absolutely right...My bad.
    Ralf
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