#1
Hopefully this isn't a dead end like I've been running into since March.

I bought this guitar off a guy who bought it off an old lady at a garage sale. The neck was broken, so he took it to a pro to get the neck redone on it. When it was taken apart, they didn't find any makers mark except the one shown in the pictures.

I'd like to sell it but can't without knowing who made it, or what it's worth.

Everyone I know and have access to that knows guitars says it's more than likely a custom made? Any ideas?

Thanks!
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#2
well what's it play like, is it nice or a bit shitty?

it might well be a custom made jobby.
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#3
I made it. Isn't it beautiful? It's worth about a thousand dollars.

butsrsly, I've never seen anything like it. I dunno. Sorry.
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#4
I think you'd be hard pressed to find info on that guitar. What IS the playability like?
#5
The best guitar I've ever picked up and played. Great full sound on it, holds a tune super well. I honestly like it better than the Washburns and Fenders I've played. The guy who was giving me lessons told me I got one heck of a steal of a guitar when he played it, and he's not shy on dropping a couple grand on guitars.

I was just told that the neck looks very CF Martin Sigma style?
#6
Why would you want to sell the " Best guitar you have ever picked up"? Cheers
#7
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Why would you want to sell the " Best guitar you have ever picked up"? Cheers


I'll give you $100 for it. That's probably 2 or 3 times what you paid for it.
#8
Why wouldn't I? I also sold the best horse I ever rode. Just because I personally like it doesn't mean I have to keep it.