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it's worth at least $800, based on everything I've seen.
Don't know about the truss rods, but it is $451 now...
A Guild 12. A real Guild 12. Two truss rods right?
A Westerly Guild 12-string on ShopGoodwill!
Currently $188.09 - 7 days left - 1 cent shipping!
Last link is to a recent performance with my M-120E
I have a gauge in the room where I keep my guitars. Different woods seem to need different levels of humidity. Cedar, spruce and mahogany all seem to react differently so I strive for about 35 to 40 percent. Haven't had any damage.
As of this last weekend, I am the proud owner of a 1977 G312 nt. What a wonderful instrument! I'd welcome suggestions regarding strings and how folks like to keep their guitars properly humidified at this time of year. Thanks!
You know... after reading your posts I went to check my F-1512 GAD 'cause I din't remember... and it has the double truss rod too! That means that Guild doesn't joke... neither overseas! Wonderful guitars indeed!
I have a D212. With the double truss rod. A Westerly.
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