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Started by DJ. Last reply by DJ Apr 30.
Well, Guild owners group, I am proud to announce to ya'll (however you believe) That by the grace of God I tripped on a 1981 D-40 CNT. Never mind what it took me to acquire it but I did. Found it in a pawn shop. It is excellent condition for it's age and rescued it from a fate worse than death at the hands of some one who likely would not appeicate it as much as I (and the members of this group). And again as with the F-30 I got in November last, I "stole" this for the asking price of $525 including tax and the original hard shell case.
I appreciate dreaming about the "5 figure" guitars. I can see plenty of them as my friend and luthier Bruce Petros' shop is only and hour away. (check out petrosguitars.com or better yet try one out if you can find a dealer who has some. But I am more thankful for playable finds I can afford.
AND since the last time I did this and didn't attach photos, here they are...
I played this one. Take a look at the inlay work. I don't think there's a fret that's the same. It is HUGE. HUGE. And...made in Philadelphia. Not a Guild but I had to share this with you!
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