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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 Ted Hechtman on January 23, 2011 at 5:01pm
Thanks for the photos. They are certainly beautiful guitars. I woul love a 12 and a dreadnought. But I will have to wait a bit.
Comment by Martin on January 23, 2011 at 12:13pm

The same process with serial numbers happened with the Gaucho first 5/94 then with the moustache bridge 5/194 I think the older ones might have been solid tops the newer laminate.

Comment by Martin on January 23, 2011 at 12:09pm
In my humble opinion the Western is just a Dix renamed they look identical except for the updated bridge in fact the ad below states  "A big Western" model  beside the Dix. Also has 27gns as the price that Guineas ie 27 pounds 27 shillings in english old money.
Comment by Martin on January 23, 2011 at 11:54am
Comment by Robert Brochey on January 23, 2011 at 11:36am
Cool link, thanks Ginger
Comment by Martin on January 23, 2011 at 11:35am

Hi All,

Robert thanks for the vote of confidence but I Wish on both counts.

Nadine,

I have some catalogue pics on my page and your guitar is very very similar to a Dix 5/95 I think the guitar you have is one but a little younger and they have added the moustache bridge but hey I'm probably wrong.

Comment by Martin on January 23, 2011 at 11:30am
Ginger. The link didn't work this morning but I just tried it tonight and it worked fine what a great story that one is I have set up many a guitar for free myself but I've never advertised the fact. 
Comment by Robert Brochey on January 22, 2011 at 9:10pm
Hi Ginger... I get an error when I try your click me... ( I just read that sentence I just typed... what would my college English prof say about that? Thank God for old Framus guitars to balance things out.)
Comment by Ginger on January 22, 2011 at 8:56pm

Has anyone seen the Framus Santa Claus yet? This is so interesting...& good to know. =)

CLICK ME

Comment by Nadine LaRoche on January 22, 2011 at 8:35pm
I would def say solid top. I compared it to my alvarez. Leave it alone i will do
 

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