- Aug 21, 2009
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- Sillycon Valley CA
Not that they don't exist, but it occurs to me that since the higher-end models also sport AA or higher-grade tops, the black finishes (from Guild, at least) are rarely used on 'em unless special ordered or when producing a limited edition specifically to appeal to fans of black finishes.Thread is making me nutty. If any of you guys come across one- yes a 6 string- let me know!
Black also has a rep of being used to hide cosmetic imperfections in a top.
I do seem to recall having seen a black D55 from the late '70s or maybe '80's in one of the for sale listings a couple of years back though, "IIRC".
I could not live with that. I'd be afraid somebody'd spiked my coffee or beer with LSD every time I saw it.I have a sweet Black D 30 and then there's this one which is pretty unique. It's a D 25View attachment 12787
from Westerly in the Factory Finish of Black Sparkle. When the light hits it just right it grabs your attention. I've played it in Church a few times.. here's a couple pics but not sure how great the sparkle turned out.