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I’m happy to post my experiences with the like minded fraternity of those players/ collectors who are fascinated by the history of these wonderful instruments. My first post is to ask members why they think that Hans Moust’s book commands such high figures online and in bookshops?
I said Holy [****] on the forum, not to be confused with Holy [******] or simply Holy [***]. Can you figure these three out? The first you make in the morning, the second you're lucky of you still do, and the third makes milk.
I have a DV72 guitar that was never really played. It was owned by a wealthy individual who wanted to learn how to play but never did.
I'm a Martin OM player and the 72 is beautiful and plays like butter but it's much to big (size) for me. Is there any interest out there for this guitar. The case and all papers are included.
This is my Guild D44 that I've had since I was 20 It's serial number is 62334. I've taken it to a Luthier in Stratford Ontario Canada and have been advised that it would cost more to fix than what it's worth. I have a lot of good memmories with this guitar thay I will cherish. Other guitars that I have are a 2013 HD Martin, 1998 Larrivee D03 Serial 2075, Norman B10.
I've had my 1964 Guild M20 since 2003, found it at a tiny guitar shop in Hoboken. I love this guitar, it sings with me.I took it to Manny's when I first got it to repair the bridge, he held it in his gnarled hands and said "I probably made this guitar" (he worked at the Guild factory in Hoboken in that era). Manny found me the Dearmond pickup, new in the box. That's my guitar story.