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Started by Midwest Ace. Last reply by Dan Randolph Dec 31, 2012.
Started by randy keller. Last reply by Mike staples Aug 12, 2010.
Yes, it is original. Actually it is marked as a "2" .. I think it was supposed to be destroyed. It is an RG&G .. G20 .. maple. I suspect they were trying to cover some sort of cosmetic blemish and got carried away with the paint. Anyway, I am gald to have it.
Hi, Thanks for the comments on my guitars. Nice to find some folks who also appreciate Grammers. Up here around Chicago, I usually get blank stares whenever I mention the name. Dan, your dark sunburst is one of the coolest Grammers I've seen. I only seem to run into ones with natural finishes. Is that original? Bill
Hi Gary, thanks for the comment about my G-10. I've been playing it since I purchase in 1972-73. It's a wonderful sounding guitar!
Nice looking G10 you have there Paul on your page as well.
Nice Grammer guitars!
Very NICE!!! Thanks Bill.
Nice collection there Bill! Don't those pick guards just stand out in a crowd.
Hi, Sorry I haven't gotten around to posting anything til now. Here's a group shot of my Grammers. L to R they are 1- An RG&G Brazilian Veneer; 2- Ampeg era Solid Brazilian G-10; 3- Ferlin Husky's S-30 with Grammer name removed and; 4- RG&G Maple Body G-20 with double pickguard. Guitar number 1 just came back after a neck reset, refret, top crack splint and bridge reglue. It looks and plays like new. Hope you like them. Bill
We would love to see your Grammers!
I haven't found anyone yet who could answer the question about the numbers.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Just wanted to introduce myself. I own four Grammers and will post some pix for the group in the near future. Meanwhile, can anybody shed some light on why the heelblock numbers on RG&G guitars don't match the serial numbers the way Ampeg era ones do? Thanks, Bill
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