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bump behind headstock where it meets the neck...what youd see on certain violins
Just realized I could put up some pictures. I have small "g". Not sure if this would be considered a volute neck.
one other thing is the capital G on the logo and white label mean earlier editions. anything with a volute neck is almost always 1970 or newer
ask greg mayo but my best guess is the final edition perhaps even newer than ampegs guitars . best guess 1969/70?
Hello guys. I just joined the society. I have a Grammer R10 12 string, serial #7278. I understand that Grammer 12 strings are a bit rare, and were built on a 6 string platform. I'm not sure of the age, but perhaps some of you experts know by looking at the serial number? The guitar is in excellent shape, with just a few nicks but not deeper than the clear coat. I don't play the guitar much, and was thinking of selling it. Any idea what this guitar might be worth?
Hope everyone is doing fine...
Billy,I have never been afraid of a guitar with checking,wear or even properly done repairs and neither should you. I was just stating that if your seeking a Grammer guitar you may want to look at the more traditional style Grammer guitars that Billy or even Ampeg marketed and not one of the guitars made that are less desirable in this genera .
I took your advice Greg, called him yesterday after he sent me some more photos. There was more cold checking on the guitar than I could see in orignal photos, it was near the back strap pin on the Brazilian Rosewood. He said if he still has the guitar at Easter he will bring down here and maybe I could try it then but we'll see. Thanks again for the advice, Billy McPherson
Thanks Greg, I emailed you a month ago about this guitar. He's asking $1200.00 , on the phone he told me he would take $1100.00. That was a month ago, if I like the way it sounds and it doesn't need a neck reset I'm prepared to offer him $900.00 and settle at $1000.00. I see that you have a Grammer forsale for $1700.00 that needs a neck reset. I'm thinking the price is right especially if the guitar is ready to go.
Personally and by what Billy and I talked about over the years concerning his guitarsthose are not considered really "Grammer " guitars, I wouldn't buy one but if it's at a price you can live with and you like the guitar then by all means get it.
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