Guitarsite Forums Guitar Discussion Guitar NEED HELP – – Unknown Old Guitar

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    Butterfly**
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    My boyfriends mother went to an Antique shop, and knowing that both my boyfriend and I play & collect guitars, she picked up an old guitar.
    There is no label on it, and It has an old whammy bar and such. It seems to date around the 1950’s possibly, but neither of us are quite sure.
    I do have pictures (but I can not figure out how to post them on here for the life of me) , and if someone that has knowledge of older guitars could help us out that would be appreciated…

    You can reach me through my email

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    • #77302
      glw
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      Yeah, please post pics! It’s quite easy.

    • #77341
      lee_UK
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      Below is a copy of the procedure for posting up pictures.

      ‘So, you’ve taken a pic of your pride ‘n’ joy and want to put it on Guitarsite for a discussion? Or maybe found some laughable old plank that you want to put up without going through a URL link? Here’s how:

      If a pic is on the web already; easy. Just right-click on the pic, click on ‘properties’ and you’ll get the URL of the image. Select this, copy (ctrl+c) then go back to your message. Click on “Img” button, then paste it (ctrl+v), then click on Img* button, et voila! The pic is in your post.

      Your own digipic is slightly more complicated, but just follow the steps. Remeber, a website (like this one) can’t just read it from your hard drive. You don’t really want us to look at your hard drive do you? Here’s what you do:

      Upload your ’59 LP/ ’62 Strat/ ’04 Stagg pic(s) onto the Web. You can use http://www.photobucket.com or http://www.imagestation.com for free. You will have to register and come up with a password, but that’s all. It’s free because they hope you’ll order photos from them (yeah, right ).

      Once you’ve done that, you now have your pics on the web. Just like the above, right-click on the pic, click on ‘properties’ and you’ll get the URL of the image. Select this, copy (ctrl+c) then go back to your message. Click on “Img” button, then paste it (ctrl+v), then click on Img* button, et voila! The pic is in your post.

      Sounds complicated, but it isn’t too bad. Any probs; just post a “Bass is talking rubbish” reply here and I’ll try to help.’

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