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    Posted 10 years ago

    Bill1957
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    I bought this Guild in 1975 from the original owner. He had had it refinished by an ape. He was a nice old guy then and gave me a great deal. It plays like a dream, even with the little bit of banding that's loose. Since the refinish job was so bad the numbers are covered up. I still use it and she has been on many CDs and records. I think it is an x-175

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    Comments

    1. Lloyd Llewellyn, 10 years ago
      That's a sweet guitar...if you can somehow make out the serial number, this website should help. Your guess on the model and year is ballpark.

      http://www.dancipriano.com/iserialguildguitar.html

      The poor refinish job just gives it more character. If it were me, I would leave it the way it is.
    2. Bill1957, 10 years ago
      Thanks Lloyd, I have thought about stripping the back of the headstock (but nothing else) to see the number if it is there. It is truly a beautiful playing and sounding guitar.
    3. haroldmiller, 10 years ago
      i have a d-35.nt with serial no. oj1702. can anyone tell me when it was made? it was made in hoboken. thanks
    4. spitball spitball, 7 years ago
      Nifty guitar!

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