Guitar Mania - UK guitar shop

Biggest guitar shop in Dorset.

Large stock of Ibanez guitars. Also John Petrucci Music Man guitars
arriving soon. Vai fans welcome.

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1978 f390Ms

Can anyone give info. on the value of a 1978 f390 MS takamine acoustic guitar, in good shape. Thanks Jim

Mania guitar

My father has purchased a Mania electric guitar (solid bodied) with 4 Kent Armstrong pick-ups. He asked me to find out any information on this brand of guitar. He has played this guitar and says it is a great instrument. He would like to know the origins of this brand and the value of this guitar before he resells. Thank you very much.

mcpherson guitar picks

looking for 1981 ivory colored pick by mcpherson new or used marked on one side mcpherson studio design other side pat. pending

Re: mcpherson guitar picks

looking for engraved guitar picks

!!!!!!GRECO!!!!!! selling(or Trade) 1920 model. great condition

I have a 1920 greco guitar. it's in good condition too. only the volume controls are a lil iffy and just need tightning and has a bit of dust on it and old strings. other than that it's in great condition. I'm wanting to sell it. im not sure wat i'll sell it for yet so any price offers available. for a pic of it go here.... http://goyaguitars.tripod.com/greco70_4.htm -(far left image). it's the exact same just w/ only two pick ups. it's truly the oldest guitar iv'e ever seen.

===My email(if interested) Rubyrobert23@aol.com

My greco-
+has rosewood body(hollow body)
+2 pick ups
+Tone and volume controls
+3 way adjustable bridge and vibrato.

(Willing to trade)

Do you have?

I was woundering if any one has a Ibanez Rg7420 7 string the guitars that mushroomhead use? if so can u tell me where you got it from and how kuch it was cheers!

do you have

do you have or know where i can find a h7000w1 eletric harmony guitar

Mania Guitar

I havve bought a Mania though body telecaster guitar
can you please tell me somthing about this make and what
there are worth etc sounds great don't know what the pic ups
are .Its thought body mahogany i think
can supply picture if your not sure
i live in the uk
thanks Bill Reid

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i was wondering if you would be able to find me the value of a Robert Winston acoustic guitar, No.3 made in 1974 in Plandone,Ny or Quakertown,Pa. It would be a great relief to find out the value for this guitar.

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Ashley,
I just saw your inquiry on an English message board, and as I was a friend of Rob's as well as a guitarist, I thought I might still be of some help despite the time that has passed since you posted your note.
I grew up with Robert Winston and saw him build his first guitars (and a mandolin) in the basement of his parents' home in Plandome, NY. Rob was a talented, enthusiastic, woodworker, and his first few guitars (built in the late 1960's) were steel strings. Later on, after he'd married and moved to Quakertown, PA, he started concentrating on classical instruments. HIs numbering system changed some , but if yours was built in 1974, it might be somewhere around his tenth guitar. I have a steel string he built in 1976 that was number 112, and I think it was his twelfth. At this time he was trying to get his instruments recognized and distributed, and he was also trying to find an identity for himself as a luthier. I lost track of Rob in the late seventies, but he may still be in Quakertown There were quite a few one-person guitar making operations around then, and very few have survived.
I suspect that only a handful of us own his instruments. All the ones I saw and played were well built, and each one had some experimental aspect, which is typical of the early work of a talented guitar builder. I don't think they are worth any special sum on the market, but they were respectable instruments, though there were a couple of steel strings that he built that had lots of pearl on the fingerboard and a saddle that balanced unsupported on the bridge, a very strange innovation. Assuming that they have withstood the years, a good player would find most of his instruments more than adequate. Is the one you're asking about a classical or a steel string? How did you come by it? Please ask whatever questions you like...if you've got a photo of the guitar you'd like to share, I'd love to see it. Rob's interest in building guitars back then helped fuel my interest in playing them.
John Parrott
Wisconsin, USA

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: Ashley,
: I just saw your inquiry on an English message board, and as I was a friend of Rob's as well as a guitarist, I thought I might still be of some help despite the time that has passed since you posted your note.
: I grew up with Robert Winston and saw him build his first guitars (and a mandolin) in the basement of his parents' home in Plandome, NY. Rob was a talented, enthusiastic, woodworker, and his first few guitars (built in the late 1960's) were steel strings. Later on, after he'd married and moved to Quakertown, PA, he started concentrating on classical instruments. HIs numbering system changed some , but if yours was built in 1974, it might be somewhere around his tenth guitar. I have a steel string he built in 1976 that was number 112, and I think it was his twelfth. At this time he was trying to get his instruments recognized and distributed, and he was also trying to find an identity for himself as a luthier. I lost track of Rob in the late seventies, but he may still be in Quakertown There were quite a few one-person guitar making operations around then, and very few have survived.
: I suspect that only a handful of us own his instruments. All the ones I saw and played were well built, and each one had some experimental aspect, which is typical of the early work of a talented guitar builder. I don't think they are worth any special sum on the market, but they were respectable instruments, though there were a couple of steel strings that he built that had lots of pearl on the fingerboard and a saddle that balanced unsupported on the bridge, a very strange innovation. Assuming that they have withstood the years, a good player would find most of his instruments more than adequate. Is the one you're asking about a classical or a steel string? How did you come by it? Please ask whatever questions you like...if you've got a photo of the guitar you'd like to share, I'd love to see it. Rob's interest in building guitars back then helped fuel my interest in playing them.
: John Parrott
: Wisconsin, USA

Hi, I was wondering if you could help me this really nice quitar that I found robert h winston made this one in 1975 it has alot of pearl all around it and it almost looks mexican style could this be one of his? Thanks for your time!!

pearl guitar

: : Ashley,
: : I just saw your inquiry on an English message board, and as I was a friend of Rob's as well as a guitarist, I thought I might still be of some help despite the time that has passed since you posted your note.
: : I grew up with Robert Winston and saw him build his first guitars (and a mandolin) in the basement of his parents' home in Plandome, NY. Rob was a talented, enthusiastic, woodworker, and his first few guitars (built in the late 1960's) were steel strings. Later on, after he'd married and moved to Quakertown, PA, he started concentrating on classical instruments. HIs numbering system changed some , but if yours was built in 1974, it might be somewhere around his tenth guitar. I have a steel string he built in 1976 that was number 112, and I think it was his twelfth. At this time he was trying to get his instruments recognized and distributed, and he was also trying to find an identity for himself as a luthier. I lost track of Rob in the late seventies, but he may still be in Quakertown There were quite a few one-person guitar making operations around then, and very few have survived.
: : I suspect that only a handful of us own his instruments. All the ones I saw and played were well built, and each one had some experimental aspect, which is typical of the early work of a talented guitar builder. I don't think they are worth any special sum on the market, but they were respectable instruments, though there were a couple of steel strings that he built that had lots of pearl on the fingerboard and a saddle that balanced unsupported on the bridge, a very strange innovation. Assuming that they have withstood the years, a good player would find most of his instruments more than adequate. Is the one you're asking about a classical or a steel string? How did you come by it? Please ask whatever questions you like...if you've got a photo of the guitar you'd like to share, I'd love to see it. Rob's interest in building guitars back then helped fuel my interest in playing them.
: : John Parrott
: : Wisconsin, USA

: Hi, I was wondering if you could help me this really nice quitar that I found robert h winston made this one in 1975 it has alot of pearl all around it and it almost looks mexican style could this be one of his? Thanks for your time!!

As far as I know, he made at least two of those ornate pearl guitars. They were both steel strings. One was for me, but I he made that earlier than 1975. It had some structural problems and he took it back. I believe he made the second one later on for a fellow who lived in central Wisconsin. That may be the one you've got. How do you like it?

guitar value

Hello. My name is Joanne,and I was wanting to inquire about a value of a guitar that I once owned it was recently stolen from my home. I have contacted many music shops and they all have told me that I need the model number. I purchased this guitar in 1978,and I have no record of the model number. I don't know what else to do or where I can go to find a value of my guitar. If you could help me any I would greatly appreciate your help.
The guitar I owned was a 1978 black 6 string acoustic Ibanez guitar. It had hummingbirds on the side of it.
Thanks Joanne

Customer International

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ibanez

looking for ibanez electric from mid to late 70's

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