So.... X-350 Stratford

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Hoegaarden and extreme fatigue, mainly. :-/
 

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Nice, congrats! I hope the restoration work goes well.
 

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Pretty good price for the "player." I had one from '57, and sold it to a great guy in Florida who has a big collection of guits. I sort of regret the sale, as I do for many of the other Guilds that have passed through my hands.
 

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Nice grab! Congratulations. Love the Kolb tuners. A little cleaning, Deoxit, and binding, and that will be a true roadworn beauty with real mojo. Can't wait to see the finished results! :C)
 

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Anyone with a ‘58(-ish) X-350, please check my measurements, but on my A-350, for binding thicknesses I get: white - .060”, black - .010”, white - .010”.
 

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That’s a great looking guitar. Once it’s repaired, it’ll be a stunner. Congratulations on a good grab. I’m looking forward to seeing (and hopefully hearing) it once it’s fixed up.
 

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So that is Steve's missing button.



So I'm thinking pick-up selection is as such:

B = Bass

M = Middle

T = Treble

MB = Middle & Bass

TB = Treble & Bass

TM = Treble & Middle
 
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