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    mantis42
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    Looking for any information regarding Mansfield guitars. I just traded a truck tailgate for a Mansfield C114 Acoustic guitar. It looks like a classical guitar and probably had nylon strings at one time. It is 3/4 size. There is a serial number inscribed on the back bottom part of the neck. I would like to have more information on these guitars. This one is in excellent shape and sounds pretty good too!

    Any info would be appreciated.

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      Anonymous
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      hello i tried to evaluate and found my guitar pretty good shape
      no paper in It only a great perfect small burn of

      hand Crafted
      Mansfield
      Mc-232

      SN:
      608095
      with k under it (burning on wood )

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      USGold
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      😆

    • #70070
      1bassleft
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      Nice work, Scott 🙂

    • #70052
      USGold
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      this is a pasted excerpt from a web link:—-I take no credit for it–try searching google for more.

      Mansfield was a Canadian musical instrument distributor (you will note that most Mansfield owners are in Canada). Mansfield guitars are OEM made from different musical instrument manufacturers. Recently purchased Mansfield guitars have no special interest, but in the 1970’s , the Mansfield guitars were built by Hoshino Gakki (Japan), the Ibanez makers.

      If you have a 1970’s Mansfield, chances are that it’s an Ibanez with a Mansfield name on it. The Ibanez vintage guitars are highly wanted. You can search Ibanez vintage collector websites for more information about the Ibanez story and some information about Mansfield. There is no doubt that those guitars are meant to become collector’s items because they are apparently the same guitars as the Ibanez vintage 1970s, except for the brand.

      USGold (Scott)

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