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Thread: Maple F30 / OM / OOO size?

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by adorshki View Post
    .... F40's, GF30's, F47M's to start, also F65ce...
    F65ce looks interesting - big but thin. Would have to be 1-11/16 min. I really prefer 1-3/4. The f47M looks wonderful though slightly big. Again only 1-11/16.

    A Guild may not be in the cards for this. I’m not in any hurry though.
    1979 Guild F-112 SB
    1990 Gibson ES-347
    2012 Guild F-30 Std
    2015 Martin OM-28 VTS
    2015 Alvarez MFA-70
    2015 Epiphone ES-339 Pro

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by adorshki View Post
    Ray what'd you do to the site?

    All of a sudden reverted to a different format when I submitted my last post....interesting...comes up the way I'm used to in Chrome....hmmm....had to log out, gave me an "all cookies cleared" message and came back up "normally" ("Let's Talk Guild" banner across top of page).
    I meant back and sides , I would never consider Maple as a top wood option . Lol and your forgetting the Ray speak lessons , as to the site issues that's Ray's sexy fingers , you'd have to go to twotrackmusic.com and read back to the start of the sexy fingers and the damage they can cause. lmao

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by hansmoust View Post
    Hey Mikey,

    You could try to find an F-30 from the first half of the '50s. Probably not easy to find, let alone one that's ready to go.

    Good luck!

    Hans Moust
    www.guitarsgalore.nl
    Has there ever been a F40 maple ?

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Rayk View Post
    Has there ever been a F40 maple ?
    Yes indeed! From the first Hoboken version, to the Ď70s Westerly rebirth of the model.

    Solid maple sides, arched maple back.
    > Guilds: '73 F-30R / '74 F-40nt / '76 G-37bld / '92 D-6nt-hg / '94 JF-30nt / '97 Starfire III / '14 Savoy A-150b
    > Gibsons: '22 "A" Mandolin / '66 ES-125T / '66 Epi Cortez (B-25) / '90 Tennessean / '00 J-100xt / '02 J-45 RW / '02 SG / '07 CJ-165 / '09 ES-339 / '10 ES-330L / '11 ES-335 P90s / '12 ES-330 VOS / '12 LP Special / '12 J-185 / '13 LG-2 / '13 M.Kalamazoo / '14 J-15 / '15 J-50
    > Epis: '00 AIUSA Sheraton / '05 McCartney Texan / '09 Elitist Casino
    > Martins: '00 OOO-16 / '01 CS RW D

  5. #15
    That GC "F60" sure looks a lot like my F44



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    Wow. That is a nice looking guitar.

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    https://youtu.be/9_torOTK5qc

    Have you considered a F-47M?

    https://reverb.com/item/16340672-gui...-w-electronics

    Edit....I see a F47 was already discussed....sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonneville88 View Post
    That GC "F60" sure looks a lot like my F44



    I think the GC guitar is a GF-60, a little later version of your F-44.

  9. #19
    FNG - interesting - did not know GF-60s were available in maple!
    Wonder if any significant differences with the F44 or just a re-name.

    Found an old Reverb ad:
    https://reverb.com/item/4357032-1987...lker-era-gf-60


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    I was sent a bunch of pictures a few weeks ago, something threw me off but I don't remember what and I deleted the pictures.
    NH 2011 D-40 Standard
    NH 2014 Orpheum 000-12 Fret SH Hog
    NH 2010 F-412
    NH 2010 F-512
    NH 2012 F-30R Standard

    Westerly Songbird
    Westerly JF-30-12
    Westerly 1976 F-212
    Westerly 1971 D-25 CH
    Westerly 1982 D-70
    Westerly F4CE
    Westerly 1996 D-26...D for damaged by dummies

    Westerly Series OM-140 SB

    Ibanez V-302

    Madeira A-2...(don't laugh!)

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