"Hello Sir. My name is Billy T. Midnight. I saw in your entries that you owned/own a 1991 SW341. I own one myself. I have a few questions for you about your Guitar if you dont mind. You said you purchased it from Steve's brother. Would you tell…"
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"I have had 5 Takamine guitars. The 1st being an EF349 that I bought around 1987, the second was a 1991 SW341 ltd that I bought from Steve Wariner's brother in Noblesville in 1992. The 3rd was a 1996 SW341sc ltd that came from the winter NAMM…"
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Hello Sir. My name is Billy T. Midnight. I saw in your entries that you owned/own a 1991 SW341. I own one myself. I have a few questions for you about your Guitar if you dont mind. You said you purchased it from Steve's brother. Would you tell me what number it is? Do you know how many SW341 were made in 1991? Do you have any idea what was the first number made available to the consumer for purchase in 1991? They mustve hung on to the first few guitars to give to Steve, Maybe some Record exectutives and record producers etc.There has to be a first low numbered guitar that became the first SW341 available to the consumer? I would love to learn of that number.I have other questions but I won't bore you with them right now. If you want to ever talk Takamine SW341 feel free to call me at 609-891-5900. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Billy T. Midnight