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    Jaco and Guild

    Reverb has a rundown of Jaco's equipment, including his Guild Pilot.
    https://reverb.com/news/remembering-...&utm_source=FB

    Now, if only there was a nice Pilot for sale somewhere...
    Chris
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    '56 A-50, '57 CE-100, '60 X-150, '61 M-20, '62 F-20, '64 S-50 Jetstar, '64 Mark II, '65 SFIV, '71 S-90, '75 F-112, '75 Mark IVp, '81 M-80,
    '82 S-275, '86 T-250, '88 Detonator, '93 X-500, '97 Bluesbird, '99 F-30, '16 NS S-200 Thunderbird
    '54 Masteramp, '60 99j, '63 200-S, '66 Thunderbass, '69 Thunderstar, '92 G-500
    Acorn House
    '08 Parlor, '10 Butternut Deuce, '13 Rounder, '14 Kulakeiki

    '94 G&L Legacy
    '03 Elder Lute
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    http://acornhouseworkshop.com/

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    I enjoyed that Netflix movie on Jaco. Great story and sad at the end.
    Wood

    1971 D25 Br--ol' Flattop
    https://soundcloud.com/woody-adams/sets/not-metal

    "i think that you are the only one i know of that considers the 1973-1974 mahogany top/arch back D-25 a "holy grail" guitar"--mav

    "always confront the load facing it directly"--nuuska

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcornHouse View Post
    Reverb has a rundown of Jaco's equipment, including his Guild Pilot.
    https://reverb.com/news/remembering-...&utm_source=FB

    Now, if only there was a nice Pilot for sale somewhere...


    Howdy

    I was born same day same year - never got the talent he had - but I do not whine - Im alive. I remember his music on my birthday.
    First good guitar - GUILD Duane Eddy 400 - I was 3rd owner - used to have Artist Award and Starfire
    Present guitars - F50R 1975 - F512 1977 - F212CSB 1979 - all bought new - B30SB fretless and RED Songbird bought secondhand - Schecter Startocaster - Gibson 3/4-size acoustic 1957 - Carmelo Gonzales nylon string - old Levin Lute

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