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I have an old guitar in its original case with a couple 1950's music books and picks. It says Greco GR5 serial#2568. Does it have any value at all?
I picked this guitar up at a pawn shop never heard of it. Action was high but the guitar rang out beautifully. Inside it said Goyah and the g-213 or something and then cf Martin they wanted 150 should I buy it?
I would love to buy it lost mine in a fire.
Hey it's a good guitar. I would like to know where you saw it? I backed over my husbands guitars and would love to replace his. We're so broke and 150 I can afford.
I would like some information About this guitar what year it was made and its approximate value
I am considering purchasing a Goya 12 string. I have not seen the guitar but the seller tells me it has m-75 12 with a serial number of 3407.
It comes with a hard shell case. My research tells me that it is the Medalist series and dated somewhere in the mid seventies.
What kind of value does this guitar have if it is in good shape? The seller is asking $200 Canadian. I would only be purchasing it to resell.
WHAT YEAR IS THIS. WHAT IS ITS APPROX VALUE SER.
I have a Goya F-27 that I purchased in 1964. It requires some restoration work as there is a crack and one of the tuner gears is missing. I'm wondering what it might be worth? I'd like to know before starting restoration. Anyone who would like to respond?
I’m looking to buy an original tailpiece for a vintage Goya Rangemaster 12-string. Specifically, I’m looking for the harp-shaped one that spells out “Goya” in the middle. If anyone has one or knows where I could find one, please email me at email@example.com
I have a sweet Goya N-1 in great condition. Do you know if the sides are solid mahogany?
Any information on this guitar made in Indonesia. Year ? Value?
Purchased approximately around 1987 for my husband as a student guitar. Looking for any information and price value. It's in great condition and I am looking forward to learning on it.
I am trying to figure out which guitar is worth keeping out of the two that I have. I have a 1965 single cut 6 string, with the set tailpiece tremelo. It's a reddish-maroon in color several check marks here and there. I would say a 6.5 out of a 10. Has the original case. My second one is a double cut 1968 12 string orange burst in color. No checking at all. Solid set tail piece. I'm not sure if the treble pot was added or original. Did not come with the original case, just a regular(nice) guitar case. I love them both...since they are from my Era 1950s-1960s. However I am contemplating a swap for a guitar that I just have to own. I just don't know which one to part with. Any suggestions from some of my Goya buddies would be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Wally.
Got this guitar on ebay. Would like to know the year of its production. The pasted in label has seven serial numbers that look like 3694012 but the 9 and the 0 are just guesses. It's stamped in and the stamp pressed down very good or was not inked good; but I guess the numbers aren't important. But thought the total of seven numbers might tell something about it.
What I can't figure out is the year. How do guitar sellers or collectors go about finding that out? That's what I'm curious about. The owners always seem to know the year.
I don't know if I've used the site right or not; by posting a question I mean.
It is in great shape what would be the value on this
I was giving a goya g-20 artec .. I can't see the serial number needed a little info.. Can anyone help me ..
Can anyone help me to date this Goya Lap steel. I can't find any serialnumber on the guitar.
Does anyone know the truss rod nut size for a 1964 TS4 12- string?
I have a 1966 TS4 and the truss rod on mine is an 8mm. I use an 8mm - 12 point combination wrench. A 6-point will not swing enough in the channel to adjust the nut.
Information about Goya G-20 purchased in the early 60's
Looking for info on Goya 12 string acoustic Model#TS14 Serial#17300S made in Sweden Goya Guitars Inc. NY
I have a 12 string acoustic Goya made in Sweden Model#TS14 Serial #17300S Goya Guitars Inc. NY I would like to know when it was made and the price. Thank You.
Thank You Wouter for Your time and the info. Love my new toy.
All the best,
I just acquired a beautiful concert size Goya M-22 S# 210536
Wandering if anyone knows what year it was manufactured?
It's in very nice condition.All original,no cracks and holds the tune really good.
What is it worth?
If you see the label, you'll notice the 2-digit address code (10 N.Y.).
Your guitar was manufactured shortly before 1963, when the 5-digit Zip-code was introduced.
Many M-22 guitars have been produced, so it's not an unique instrument.
The group of Levin enthusiasts is steadily increasing, so the guitar will keep its value.
(some hundreds of dollars)
Enjoy playing this guitar !
I've had this guitar since the early 60's. I know it isn't worth a lot of money. It hasn't been played in a few year. I took it out of its case tonight and found a crack in the face, below the bridge. Is it worth having it repaired?
Thanks for any guidance!
I recently had a goya g340 passed down to me. I have been trying to find information about this guitar but can't find a thing. Can anyone help me with a value, time frame, how rare? It's in excellent condition and is in a original hard shell case.
The japanese Goya's have far less value than the original Swedish guitars.
The Japanese plain jane G200's generally go for $175-200 on ebay and your G340 is worth around $300 - $325.
Last one I saw that sold for $325 :
I bought a G340 last year with a cracked bridge for $120
Nice guitars, but lacking the collectability of the original Swedish Goya/Levins.
Greetings from Oz,may wellbeing and Harmony be your constant companions. l recently found this well crafted beautiful sounding Goya/Martin acoustic model G 1 10 made in Korea amongst several dirt and dust laden guitars. These guitars were salvaged after record floods inundated Brisbane and swept away people livestock and cmplete towns in out laying rural areas.Most including the Goya were found above the water line with 2 that went under left caked in mud and silt that all but destroyed inside labels .one is a Palmer 12 string ac/elec. But the Goya is in really good condition given its history.l payed $120 for the 7 The previous owner just lost his passion to clean them up and get them playable.
I have a beautiful, restored Goya G-10 classical guitar. My grandfather purchased it back in the 1950s as a gift for my grandmother. It's in beautiful condition and sounds brand new. It's missing the high e string but perfect other than that. I have no use for it and it just sits in the case. It's such a beautiful sounding guitar a shame it's going to waste. I'm looking to sell it. If you're interested, please email me. I have pictures as well.
If still available would consider buying. Thank you, Mark
I have an old 50ties or older Goyer guitar, it has no marking on it, I think the piece with the information on it, is inside the guitar rattling around, so can't tell you much more than that about it, the guarantee is still in the case along with some Martin strings, and there is an old case with it in pretty decent shape. white plate around the hole, rest is dark tan front with light brown neck and sides, nice old guitar, what am I offered, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your time JoAnn
I have ts4 serial 289622 goya made in sweeden sold in ney york trying to find out how much it is worth
Hi, I have a Goya G-10 serial 413785...Made in Sweden. Does anyone know how old it is and what it is worth? Great condition and in case. It was given to me but I do not play. Thank you
Can anyone provide me with information on this model
See more info about your Goya GG172 on the great Swedish website http://www.vintage-guitars.se
I have this guitar my dad picked up second hand in 1963. Would like to sell. S type cutaways, sun burst, yellow to red color white pick guard. Can't find serial no.
1971 Goya GG-30 with original plush hard shell case for sale. Has had a repair done on the neck by a professional luthier where the neck had a hairline crack and now is hardly visible and has absolutely no movement in the neck - 100% straight. Otherwise guitar is in excellent condition, all original, no cracking or checking, tuners very smooth/no rust - maple back/sides and rosewood neck still have their shine appears as new instrument. Located in Melbourne, Australia happy to ship not sure of price... email@example.com for detailed photos of guitar, case, repair and condition.
Is the G-30 still for sale? How much? Send pics?
I am Alex, live in San Jose California
Is your Goya guitar still available?
If yes, how much do you sell it for?
If you still have an interest in the Goya GG30, I have one listed in Sacramento's Craigslist.
If you have an interest, let me know.We are not too distant from each other and we could meet and you could actually hold it in your hands,.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Hi, yes it is still available. Please send me a message via email in my original post.
i have a Goya international guitar model G130 and serial number G10734. Does anyone know how much this thing is worth its in mint condition and no case its a great looking guitar.
I also have a Goya model 130, serial #3943106. I think it was purchsed around 1968 for approximately $99 US. Can't find out yet what it's worth now. Good luck in your search.
I wasn't sure by your posting whether you just wanted info on your guitar or whether you were looking to sell it. If you wanted to sell it, did you sell it yet? If not do you want to sell it. Let me know as I might be interested if you have it.
I have a vintage Goya Acoustic Guitar, Model F-11, Serial # 164321, from the early 60's. Missing 2 strings but otherwise in mint condition---also comes with original case. Make an offer.
I'm also interested if you haven't already made a deal. BR
$150 if you could send me some photos of the guitar and the label in the sound hole. I may be interested.
email is calypsocorgi at aol dot com
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