I just finished fixing up an Ibanez 12 string from the 70's. Model 627-12. Any clue how to figure out when it was made? Serial number 770702 but the original owner says he bought it in the early 70's.The top was bulged, bridge was tipped, a few loose frets, a few high frets, a few gouged frets. 4 months in traction mostly flattened the top, straightened the bridge. Glued a couple of frets. Leveled and crowned all frets. Installed my own lighter version of the JLD Bridge Doctor. Put on a fresh…See More
"I just finished making an old Ibanez model 627-12 playable again. Now I can't put it down! Any idea how to figure out when it was made? Serial number 770702 but the original owner says he bought it in the early 70's.
I recently bought an Ibanez Artword AW-100-NT-OP-02 at my local pawn shop. At the time, I had no experience with their AW Series. WOW! what a nice instrument. Solid Engleman Spruce Top, Mahogany back and sides, full binding and gold Grover tuners. After playing, I paid .... (STOLE) her for $125. In Ex. condition too!!See More
"I want a d28, preferably golden era with brazilian rosewood. U fortunately that is not a mortgage payment but a whole house payment.
I better watch out or my seagulls will cap on me. But my martins will protect me."
"The DX1 doesn't have electronics, the newer X models do. This is probably the cheapest full size guitar Martin has ever made. It probably blows away anything else I could find for $300. And it's a Martin! I have a…"
"Enjoy the martin. Sound of the X series has some of the martin sound and has electronics as well. Enjoy your dx1.
I have a custom 000 x1 ae musicians friend custom - got it on discount plus coupon and so cheaper than used on that…"