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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Donny Osmond fan, Sep 13, 2021.
cool what color is it?
This one also looks amazing.
Total under the radar guitar there! I like it! Kind of wish I had known about them before I splurged big on a Heritage.
But aren't you a little young to be a Donny Osmond fan?
Very nice...cool guitar!
Nope I was born in 1975. I watched their TV show as a kid. And Donny goes to church like I did before my tinnitus got bad. Their amps, mics, etcc are to loud. Makes my tinnitus louder. I watch on the computer my church services. 1 payment to go and it is mine. Guitar Center had to hold it by law. USA pickups will be really nice. I read they sent the Korean guitars to the USA factory to have the electronics installed. And the guitars were checked out before being sent to retail outlets. If so that is a nice bonus?
Very interesting and cool guitar! Congratulations!
I'm super-curious about the pickups, must investigate!
I would love to find one for a good price. Checking on Reverb, the nicer DeArmond models are going for quite a bit these days. I saw a blue sparkle M75T that I would love to have, but alas other things come first. Dang GAS.
I looked online at the semi hollows and single cut shaped like a Guild Starfire. And they wanted a 1000 dollars. Now reverb has none of those models.
Mine is Silver with small metalflake. It didn't have a pickguard, so I got Pickguardian to make me one in Black Pearl.
Then I put on a TusqXL nut, rollor bridge and Duesenberg Les TremII tremolo that works flawlessly.
The original bridge posts are very small and I had to put some metal bushings around the adjustable posts to make the rollor bridge fit.
That description is very accurate of the Goldtone HB's. I saw one of these guitars on Reverb awhile back with the Dynasonic style pickups. It went fast and they wanted $700 for it. Don't know if they got that, but I'm sure it was more than I paid for mine.
Got mine in a pawn shop 2 years ago for $300. Was well worth it and they gave me a Johnson Strat free since the pickguard was missing on the DeArmond. That turned out to be a all around good deal.