"As Framus is a German brand, I guess the wrench size is in millimeters and not in inches. Knowing the German industry, it should be a kind of standard. At Warwick.de, they sell a "User kit" in which you find the proper wrench, but it is…"
"That's wonderful news, Martin! My wife cares for our two small grandchildren while my daughter completes nursing school. The little guys are the joy of our lives an I can well imagine what you've been going…"
I haven't had much to say lately, but I've enjoyed following the conversations and viewing the videos & photos very much. This is a very interesting and talented group and I'm very happy to have found you…"
"Thank you so much, Martin. I've been trying to identify my 5/95 for awhile now. The Framus-vintage site had both Dix and Doc Williams listed for model 5/95. If this one looks like the picture in your catalogue, my mystery is solved. Thanks!
"Thanks, Ted. Great looking guitar. Mine doesn't have a moustache...wonder if Framus made this one with both style bridges? Has anyone seen a Doc Williams model? I've search for photos without luck. Would like to see that model as my label…"
"Hi Ginger - Thanks for the link; the two guitars are very similar. I don't believe the bridge on mine has been changed. It all appears to be pretty much original, except perhaps for the copper truss cover. Compared mine to some photos of the…"
"Happy Thanksgiving all! Recently found another Framus that talked me in to taking her home. Having some trouble identifying the model, though. The label says 5/95, made in 64C. The Framus-vintage site has two listings for 5/95, Dix and Doc Williams…"
"Thank you both very much! Ginger, the web site where the guy rebuilds a Framus Hootenanny is amazing. Reg, your info and picture really help. Believe I'll order the 5/16 wrench that looks like yours; certain to work, right ;-). Thanks again for…"