Acoustic guitar question

Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by muusicman, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. muusicman

    muusicman Tele-Meister

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    This might sound like a weird question but I am wondering if anyone can tell me the make and model of this guitar in the picture? It once belonged to legendary country singer Keith Whitley. Now It Belongs to another country singer named Chris Young. He bought it from a place that collects old vintage guitars in Nashville. I think it may be a Martin but I have not sure. It looks like one due to the flat headstock.
     

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    slinger Friend of Leo's

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    going by the sound hole I'd guess Washburn
     
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    Definately not a Martin because of the forementioned soundhole.
     
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    Did they use flat headstock in the 80s?
     
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    Sigma by Martin acoustic-electric
     
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    Was going to say a Washburn Woodstock or Washburn Tanglewood, but the headstock doesn't seem to match. There's a few random russian pictures online of the Washburn EA10b with the flat headstock?
     
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