#1
I work at goodwill and today i was lucky enough to have someone drop off a beautiful ovation 12 string in case. it had no strings but what a beautiful guitar nonetheless. I did a little bit of research when i got home and it would appear that it is a 1972 Pacemaker 12-String. The model number is 1615.4 and the serial is 001955.

I was just wondering what this might be worth. the only thing that is wrong with it that i can find is that the 13th fret High E string is dead.

i have attached a crappy picture from my fone of the body.

#2
Even though that is a crappy phone photo, that is one nice looking guitar. I don't know what it is worth money wise but I'm sure in personal value you will find it is worth more than money.
#3
Jack that bad boy.
Wait, you said it has no strings, but then your picture has strings?
#4
hmmm....600-700 maybe. I've seen them go around there. Maybe work on that e string though. Fret problem? Truss rod?
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#5
i have no intention of selling as it really is a gorgeous guitar. im going to whip out the digital and take a better picture soon. I guess i was just curious what something like this might go for as i really have no idea.

and i just strung it up before i posted.

also, what would i do to fix that problem with the dead fret?...
#9
Quote by Nacho Cheese!
Is it just the 13th fret on the "E" string.


thats where its worst. it carries over to the other ones around it a little bit.
#12
Quote by Tommy Walker
So you stole a guitar from a charity? You're cool.



Ya... what about that?
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#13
Quote by Tommy Walker
So you stole a guitar from a charity? You're cool.


i paid 40 dollars for it actually. and that does not bother me. if i hadnt bought it god knows where it would be now.