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Members: 37
Latest Activity: Jul 8

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Hootenany 2 Replies

 I am trying to repair my Framus Hootenany.My big problem is that I have no tuners. I don't know what configuration the tuners are. Are they single style or are they two strips? I can't find any…Continue

Started by marc landry. Last reply by marc landry May 24.

ISO Case for Framus longneck guitar 4 Replies

I found a rare Framus 12 string at a flea market and I didn't even notice it had a 16 fret neck. With all that neck and all that head the only case I can use is a gig bag and it sticks out about 6".…Continue

Started by Stan Wells. Last reply by Stan Wells Jan 31.

Amatuer 5/1 bridge 4 Replies

Hi, do you know where I can get a bridge for a Framus Amatuer 5/1?  Thanks.  The action is heck.  I'm going to drop the bridge a bit with a belt sander.  Before I do I'd like to know where I can get…Continue

Started by Rowland Vela. Last reply by Rowland Vela Jan 8.

Touch-ups?

I am anxiously waiting the delivery of my Framus Western model. The suspense is killing me already, and it ain't supposed to be delivered until Wednesday!So while I wait, I thought I would ask a few…Continue

Started by Bobby Ratliff Aug 24, 2013.

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Comment by Ginger on November 29, 2010 at 9:20pm
@Robert - Oh you've got to show us pictures! Have you been taking any as you went? I had my Framus fixed after it was cracked down the front but only a couple of pictures from that work because it was done by someone else.
It's so wonderful to see them come back to their glory & mine not only looked better but sounded as good as it's glory years too. Maybe better.
Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 27, 2010 at 3:17pm
This one is going for $695 at a Hollywood Guitar Center. I wouldn't buy it without playing it and couldn't consider it at this point in my new lower paying (but I still got one) job.
Comment by Downtown Freddy Brown on November 27, 2010 at 11:53am
Oh!!!! I love the double neck acoustic. I've wanted one for years but there are so few acoustic ones (other brands) available (at a price I can afford LOL)
Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 27, 2010 at 10:28am

Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 27, 2010 at 10:28am

Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 27, 2010 at 10:28am
Came across some nice "Frami" for sale at various GCs. Hey Ginger...a 12 String Texan!!

Comment by Jerry Gordon on November 24, 2010 at 5:48pm
That is way cool, Ted. Gosh, wonder if my gal is a Doc. Will have to download some Doc & Chickie tunes...just love the Framus connection to so many talents.
Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 24, 2010 at 5:18pm
DOC WILLIAMS For this musician born 1914 in Cleveland, Ohio, Framus built his own guitar model.

www.docwilliams.com
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Comment by Jerry Gordon on November 24, 2010 at 5:10pm
Thanks, Ted. Great looking guitar. Mine doesn't have a moustache...wonder if Framus made this one with both style bridges? Has anyone seen a Doc Williams model? I've search for photos without luck. Would like to see that model as my label says 5/95.
Comment by Ted Hechtman on November 24, 2010 at 4:46pm
http://entertainment.webshots.com/photo/2208518630105036595zlUFEj

This may be your guitar Jerry. Let me know. Looks really similar.

1969 FRAMUS Western model 5/195
 

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