Anybody able to Identify this model?

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I saw this noodling around the web and never seen one before:
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Those are Blake’s guitars. There’s a thread on the middle one In this forum
 

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You'll start to recognize his photo drape...... as said above, that's Blake. I'm not good with these models. Maybe a GF60M or something?
 
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Yes, this is one of mine, and it is called a F44mce (maple cut away electric) it was a one of one build in the nashville custom shop. I have a shot of the label you can see. If you want to see a full set of pics on it and some other fancy guilds, check out this link. https://guildacoustics.com/the-best-guilds
Beautiful photos and guitars, Blake!

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WOW ! Those are some beautiful guitars shown on ....the-best-guilds
Thanks for the info
 

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Well, testing my memory... Doyle's requirements in New Hartford's signature series were maple bodies and a rose theme (rose, not rosewood) and his electrics (I think Fishman??) with those funky, per-string saddles. Doyle's signature headstock was unique, as was the fretboard marker(s). It was *definitely* based on the F-47 body with Venetian cutaway. Same with the 12-string as I recall.
 

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Well, testing my memory... Doyle's requirements in New Hartford's signature series were maple bodies and a rose theme (rose, not rosewood) and his electrics (I think Fishman??) with those funky, per-string saddles. Doyle's signature headstock was unique, as was the fretboard marker(s). It was *definitely* based on the F-47 body with Venetian cutaway. Same with the 12-string as I recall.
Definitely not the same guitar, Charlie, but.... as a template it would've been perfect, don't you think?
 
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