Mysterious Guild D60

guilded1

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Pike said:
Cool Guild. You might be able to remove the sigs with naptha without harming the finish...
DEET will take it off too. :mrgreen:

I don't have any plans to remove the signatures. Thanks for the info though.
 

Pike

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I think that autographs are worthless for the most part and I do realize that it hurt the resale value of my D60, but selling it has never (nor will ever) be considered. Today, now that I'm much older and wiser, I will never allow anyone else to write on my instruments.
I agree and just thought that if......
 

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I say leave 'em on too. I once put a .45 into my LTD. Dug the bullet out of the floorboard and kept it. Still have it. Sold the LTD back in '91. Why did I keep the bullet bits? Because no matter how old or wise ( :roll: ) I get I ALWAYS want to remember my potential for careless acts.

Same with signed guitars. Now I wouldn't dream. But if I'd met Al Di Meola back when I first bought my D40SB (At age 16)... Man I just don't know. I bet I would have. I took the damned thing to summer camp two years running. That was nearly Einstein level genius. If I could have gotten a cool signature...

OBTW, lovely axe! I really dig this forum 'cause dudes with awesome guitars share freely.

Viva Guild!!!

Don
 

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Don't know how I missed this thread.... oh, yeah I do.... I hadn't joined yet!! :lol: :lol: Anyway, this D60 is almost identical to my D65s except the maple isn't stained, and the headstock is the other one, wider at the top. That's the only difference I can see. It's a beautiful guitar (cept for the siggies, in my opinion) and if it sounds anything like my D65s (which I will never sell, either) you've got a total winner there, guilded1!! These guitars are SO SIMILAR!! Thanks for sharing images and details on this great guitar! Tom in Vegas


p.s. - i gotta get the real camera out and take some decent pictures of this guitar.... really.
 
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