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Thank you very much for posting the very helpful information!
I've forwarded it to my Cousin who is working on restoring it.
This Mandola/guitar popped up on the local craigslist recently.
I've got a DC-3 re-issue, very happy with it. Lots of different tones available and there's nothing like the Blow switch to really overdrive the...
2nd from the left, no name made in Japan Classical, had it since 1964, this pic was taken in '77.
I like the neck, it's got some heft without being a baseball bat. C profile and not quite 1 3/4" wide at the nut, so the strings aren't crowded.
Here's a quick pic of mine. I removed the pickguard, not a fan of cream pickguards, will probably go with black bezels for the pickups when I next...
I bought one on sale. It really needs some upgrading. The tuners on mine are have so much slack in the gears they are nearly useless. It needs a...
It has been identified, thanks to Stringbanger: 1937-39 S.S. Stewart Professional, made by Kay
Wow! What great news to read with my morning coffee! Thank you so much for your help and research on identifying this Lap Steel, I really...
Just a guess, but since my other Yamaha Tele is a PAC 102S, the S might stand for Single cutaway. [IMG]
Thank you for your help! I'm away for several days but will take some better close-up pics of the headstock when I get back.
The badge that was on the headstock is gone, all there is left is some glue
Yes, it is. I'm still looking for more information on Amperite...
How about a Yamaha SuperR'nRoller? :rolleyes:
It may be a case of home modification by L.W. Caffrey akin to the regrettable Floyd Rose trems being dropped into vintage guitars in the '80s-90s....
a shot of the front and back of the headstock:
The nut isn't very tall, will see how it plays with some strings on.