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Started by eric johnson. Last reply by kevin Apr 5.
how fitting for you both!
I've never really sold a guitar before. Did a little trading at a local shop, but never sold one to someone online. I'd like to say that Florida Gull made the process effortless. I'm really pleased that he could give the GAD-30R a loving home. I bought it and for whatever reason, just never took it out of the case. Florida Gull, play it loud and long!
From my research it appears this guitar was manufactured in 1969.
Interesting no date of manufacture I wonder how old it is, for $178 might be worth picking up do a tidy up and resell but I don't how much demand there is for classical guitars.
There is a Guild Mark 1 classical (made in Hoboken!) on Goodwill:
Currently $178 - 5 days left - $60 shipping...
People seem to wax rhapsodically over the "Hoboken" Guilds, so here one is...
There was a 2003 JF30-12 for sale on that site - it sold pretty quickly - here's the link:
He was asking $1150 - "pretty firm"...
Gull no I have not ... guess I better. Thanks
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