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  1. Pictures don't show up, they are hidden behind a...

    Pictures don't show up, they are hidden behind a Google password.
    Ralf
  2. The 1958 to 1973 catalogs didn't give that type...

    The 1958 to 1973 catalogs didn't give that type of information. I assume something like the Guild EA-610L or EA-610M flatwound strings. But also watch out what type of bridge you have on your guitar...
  3. Well, I also have the opposite example. My 12...

    Well, I also have the opposite example. My 12 string Orpheum which I bought from a normal Guild dealer after NAMM is the "prototype" of the few of them but not marked as such. It got a regular serial...
  4. IMGUR.com works good. And no, you can't upload...

    IMGUR.com works good. And no, you can't upload pictures directly.
    Ralf
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    If you check the webpage...

    If you check the webpage https://guildguitars.com/g/westerly-d-1212/ you will find they ship with D’Addario EXP38 Coated Phosphor Bronze, 12-String, Light, 10-47.

    Ralf
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    Which year is the Bluesbird? Sounds like a cold...

    Which year is the Bluesbird? Sounds like a cold or broken solder joint maybe on the output socket or something. That's the first I would check with a multimeter. Also what happens when you jiggle the...
  7. It has a KSG13x serial number from 2013. Ralf

    It has a KSG13x serial number from 2013.
    Ralf
  8. So part of the answer is there in this link. 10%...

    So part of the answer is there in this link. 10% it is for the buying price when new, not necessarily for the selling price due to very much reduced market demand for LH versions. If the RH version...
  9. Aren't we enablers?... :cheerful: Ralf

    Aren't we enablers?... :cheerful:

    Ralf
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    The full specs of the M-40 Guilds are here: ...

    The full specs of the M-40 Guilds are here:

    https://guildguitars.com/g/m-40-troubadour-in-natural/
    https://guildguitars.com/g/m-40e-troubadour-in-natural/...
  11. What a name! "sausage copper casing" :cheerful:...

    What a name! "sausage copper casing" :cheerful:
    Glad the operation was successful!

    And the ToneStyler products sound interesting as well: http://www.stellartone.com/Page.asp?NavID=631

    Ralf
  12. Sounds like a great deal! They were mostly built...

    Sounds like a great deal! They were mostly built in 2013, maybe a few still in 2014. Quality should be top notch. I would not worry if the raw wood body was built maybe (without proof) overseas. Not...
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    Interesting! Didn't know that. "Pure...

    Interesting! Didn't know that.

    "Pure 12-String: 3-head transducer for 12-string acoustic guitar. The larger pickup heads produce an extra strong bass response and pronounced midrange that sounds...
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    Oh no worries! We are far less polite here in...

    Oh no worries! We are far less polite here in Europe! (Think Nuuska's jokes from Finland). In any case the sign is almost unreadable for a German...

    Which is the Americanized spelling of German...
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    Congrats PAPADON! Those are nice guitars. Ralf

    Congrats PAPADON! Those are nice guitars.
    Ralf
  16. Part of the confusion might be also that the the...

    Part of the confusion might be also that the the GSR X-500D Stuart and the GSR X-150D Savoy were the first New Hartford made guitars using the new BH (Korea) made "Guild Anti-Hum Dual Coil" full size...
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    +1 ! Fascinating to read!

    +1 ! Fascinating to read!
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    I can narrow it a bit more until Hans would...

    I can narrow it a bit more until Hans would confirm exactly. 1821 should be late 2000 or 2001. 15xx was around mid year 2000 and 20xx around year 2001.
    Ralf
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    Thanks for posting that, yes, where is that...

    Thanks for posting that, yes, where is that "unique six-point open soundwell"? Looks pretty closed... But I guess the 6 holes are in the bottom half below the metal plate.

    Last night I was at the...
  20. But wait a minute. A Corona Bluesbird is routed...

    But wait a minute. A Corona Bluesbird is routed differently from a Westerly Bluesbird, so I doubt it would apply to a Nightbird either.

    You can save $25 as the Corona Bluesbird X-ray is above...
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    No, later, it was at NAMM in January 2012. They...

    No, later, it was at NAMM in January 2012. They were in shops only by around mid 2012.
    Ralf
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    Their guitar player Robert Ackroyed one said:...

    Their guitar player Robert Ackroyed one said: "Guild Gretsch Fender. The holy trinity." He owns multiple Guild acoustics in ATB and NT, both F-50R and F-512.
    Here are two of his 6 strings, the ATB...
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    Sorry to hear about the problem of the guitar...

    Sorry to hear about the problem of the guitar when it arrived. To bad. Anyway, I found what you mean and you are correct what you remembered! I never noticed that, I saw the video a few times before...
  24. ...and they mounted the TRC upside down... Ralf

    ...and they mounted the TRC upside down...
    Ralf
  25. Only as far as we can look into the cavities on...

    Only as far as we can look into the cavities on Westerly built Bluesbirds from the second half of the 90ies. No x-ray so far. Also I never took pictures of the cavities, but if you search for...
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