who made my guitar?

Posted by Miker on Tue, 12/21/04 - 09:51:24.

I received my guitar as a gift in the mid 70's. It is a classic sunburt , great sound, no brand name guitar. On the back , between the tuning pegs, is printed Model No.
319.12210000 numbers 12210 are underlined

Directly in the sound hole, is a sticker with the name and addres of the music store where purchased. They do not appear to still be in business.

Inside the sound hole, just above the mom and pop retail store name and address, are the following numbers and letter printed directly on the wood.


Also, on the front , between the tuning head is stamped Made in USA

Any help is appreciated

Thanks, Miker

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would like to know if this guitar is worth anything??
the numbers printed on the wood is 8337H1221. i would like any help u can give me.

thank u debbie

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What make is my guitar, and is it worth anything?

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Thanks alot guys.


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