"Yes. It is quite a guitar. The cedar grain is really tight. It is quite beautiful. It was imported by Peavey but I removed the Peavey name from the guitar because I thought it detracted from the guitar. Has a relatively small sound hole and a sort…"
"In general, the Goyas named G-XX had a Levin sister named LG-XX, but there were exceptions.
As example the G-30 (later called GG-30) in Levin naming was model 111.
I asked a former Levin executive about some of the naming and got the…"
"I have a friend who owns a Levin LM-26 from the late '60s. It is the same guitar as my 1958 Goya M-26 with the exceptin of the Levin decal where mine has a Goya. Mine even has the Ldevin crest as a truss rod cover."
Do any of you know if there is a conversion table between the two brand names ? I understand that the Goya name was used in the US for marketing reasons, thus assuming that the same guitars were sold under different names ?See More