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Thread: Cherry/mahogany X175

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    Senior Member Walter Broes's Avatar
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    Cherry/mahogany X175

    It sold fast, it wasn't on Reverb longer than a day and a half, and I'm not surprised either - check out this fairly unique X175 in cherry with what appears to be a Starfire style laminated mahogany body (or at least the outer laminate layer) : https://reverb.com/item/27698821-gui...er+Made+(blue)

    I guess it's very similar to those short-lived "Stratford Starfire" guitars, but I've never seen that wood/color combo on a 175 before that I can recall. Great looking guitar in any case!

    -1960 CE100D
    -1961 Starfire III Special
    -1962 X175
    -1963X175
    -2011 F47R
    -2015 Newark Street X175 BLK

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    Looking at the "Made in U.S.A." stamp on the label it looks like that was a "Export model" for UK probably. Very nice looking!

    There was also a X-175 Deluxe with mahogany body and in cherry color from 1963 that one member had/has with ebony fingerboard and bound f-holes.
    http://www.letstalkguild.com/ltg/sho...d-X-175-Deluxe

    Ralf
    Last edited by SFIV1967; 09-10-2019 at 02:00 PM.

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    ... with the floral Kolb tuners. A very cool axe!

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    Must put an alert on UK Guilds!
    1957 X175 (ex)
    1960 Starfire III (ex)
    1962 X175
    1966 Starfire III (ex)
    1966 Duane Eddy DE-400
    2002 Starfire III-90

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    Senior Member walrus's Avatar
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    Oh, that is really cool!

    I wonder if an LTGer got it?

    walrus
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    2011 Guild F-30RCE

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    Great one. Like the color and condition.
    1966 Guild X-175
    1999 Guild X-160 Rockabilly
    2001 Guild X-500T
    1999 Guild Starfire III-90
    2000 Guild Starfire IV
    1949 Gibson ES-350
    1966 Gibson ES-125CD
    1967 Gibson ES-330
    1974 Gibson Les Paul Special
    1997 Gibson ES-295
    1997 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Catalina
    2010 Gibson ES 335 Custom Shop
    2005 Gretsch G6120RHH
    2007 Gretsch 6122-1962 Country Gentleman
    2011 Gretsch G6120EC
    2010 Gretsch G6120TM "Setzerized"
    Gretsch G6128T-GH Duo Jet
    and too many other guitars to list here!

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    Senior Member Jeff Haddad's Avatar
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    Wow! That is great-looking! I don't recall seeing one of those before either. It looks in great condition and very clean also. I would have given serious consideration to purchasing that if I had seen it. (So it's probably good that I didn't!)

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