Re: Madeira classical guitar

Posted by Lisa Szczesny on Thu, 09/17/09 - 11:27:29.

: : I had a Madeira classical guitar for some time. I'd swear that the promo material I got from Guild said the classicals were built in Spain. My model was a C-900. When I had it appraised, it didn't show up in the blue book, the highest "C" being "600." Solid cedar top, rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard, bone nut and saddle, wood and plastic binding--exquisite sound and playability! I remember the neck being wide, even for a classical. 'Made it fun to learn lute songs on it.

: : I pawned it ten years ago (hard times), and would love to find another. I'm in the market for classical guitar again, and I compare every one I see now with my memories of this one. So, who's hiding and hoarding? Let's talk.

: : Uncle Dave
He there...I am currently selling the guitar you speak of. Guild Madeira c60. My parents bought it for me in the early email is
feel free to contact me.

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