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Started this discussion. Last reply by GregsGuitars May 2, 2010.

January article is up
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Feb 19, 2010.

anyone dig Grammer guitars?

Started Jun 29, 2009


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GregsGuitars commented on GregsGuitars's group The Grammer Guitar Society
"I have a Greenburst Grammer for sell, interested contact me at or our Grammer Guitar Society page on facebook."
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The Grammer Guitar Society

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paul beck commented on GregsGuitars's group The Grammer Guitar Society
"bump behind headstock where it meets the neck...what youd see on certain violins "
Dec 2, 2014
Duane Stirnemann commented on GregsGuitars's group The Grammer Guitar Society
"20141202_201107.jpg20141202_200828.jpg Just realized I could put up some pictures.  I have small "g". Not sure if this would be considered a volute neck."
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paul beck commented on GregsGuitars's group The Grammer Guitar Society
"one other thing is the capital G on the logo and white label mean earlier editions. anything with a volute neck is almost always 1970 or newer"
Dec 1, 2014

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Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Archtop guitar, Electric guitar, Mandolin, Lap-style slide guitar, Bass guitar
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The Vintage Guitar News and Views.June /July Edition

Fender amplifiers.

Most of if not all amps produced either in the past or present owe a majority of

their linage to the amps first created by Leo Fender. Many people

already know this but there are always new members joining the ranks of

guitarists and collectors who may not. I will provide a basic time…

Posted on June 8, 2010 at 9:14am

The Vintage Guitar News and Views.

The Vintage Guitar News and Views April / May Edition

Time is money

The April / May Edition of The Vintage Guitar News and Views.

Time is money and money is time applies to just about every aspect of our lives today.I know some people…

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 8:29am

Proper Grammer ? New edition posted.Vintage Guitar news and Views. Greg's Guiatrs.

The February edition of the Vintage Guitar News and Views is posted read it today, Greg.

Posted on January 30, 2010 at 3:00pm

The vintage guitar news and views.

The Vintage Guitar News and Views January Edition.

As with my peers concerning the state of today's guitar and vintage guitar market I will add in my own opinion for what it is worth.(no pun intended ). What I see is a halt to the sudden and rapid rise in prices that mint vintage guitars will bring in, such as those we have seen in the last 3 to 4 years and a slow down or market correction,which we are seeing today, not that these guitars are worth any less but rather a more informed… Continue

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 6:27pm

The vintage guitar news and views

Read the monthly blog article by Greg "The Vintage Guitar News and Views" a article to inform and to entertain.


Posted on January 27, 2010 at 6:16pm

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At 7:16am on May 31, 2012, Dave G said…

Howdy Greg...Still lovin' the '57 J45 you sold me a while back.  I was looking for an L00 and you dropped some good advice on the J.  Thanks.  Dave Graziano.

At 6:26am on February 28, 2010, GregsGuitars said…
I have no idea why Washburn made these guitars this way, I assume the instruments of choice during this time period were ukes and banjos as guitar was a "novelty" and that may be why the string spacing is the way it is, Greg.
At 4:21pm on February 27, 2010, Jim Scanlan said…
Hi Greg, Beautiful photos of the Washburn "O"...but why the huge gap between the G and the D string? seems like that would drive a finger picker crazy.
At 12:08pm on February 1, 2010, GregsGuitars said…
Can not say that I do Tim.
At 11:47am on February 1, 2010, tim mc nulty said…
Hi Greg, thanks for the invite. Always nice to hear from someone from Ga. Hay just wondering if you know any more Mc Nultys from Douglasville? I have a uncle and ant that live there. Anyway thanks again.
At 11:31am on February 1, 2010, tim mc nulty said…
Hi Greg,thanks for the invite anyone from down here in Ga. is always nice to here from. Hay you wouldent by chance know any more Mc Nultys from Douglasville would ya? I have a uncle and ant that live there.
At 11:01am on January 29, 2010, Ron Posner said…
Nice gitfiddles! I used to have a green sunburst Grammer Johnny Cash model I bought from Guitar Resurrection in Austin ages ago. Never should have sold it! cheers, ron
At 5:00pm on January 28, 2010, GregsGuitars said…
Thank you very much for your kind words , I better not post everything I have as it would probably cause a stampede here.
At 1:10pm on January 28, 2010, Conor Doherty said…
Hi Greg, wow you've got some incredible instruments. Wish I lived neared.

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