Dating guild guitar serial number
A lot of damage can be caused to your instrument if improperly packaged. The following series of charts contain the most accurate information Guild has available for discerning the date of manufacture of Guild guitars by serial number.
Any information anyone has or if you can direct me to somewhere/someone that may have this information I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks Ray Johnson N.texas answer this site or call cell 940-393-0890 please leave message if no answer My Guild, which i love very much has a serial number that goes like this: DB107587 Can you tell me when/where it was manufactured?
Through the years, (as well as through several different owners of the Guild Guitar company), some historical documentation has unfortunately been lost or destroyed.
While there are some holes in the historical record, as well as a few anomalies, inconsistencies, and obvious errors in the dating charts, the information complied and presented here is the most comprehensive data we have available for dating Guild guitars.
A number of early West-Coast psychedelic bands used these instruments, notably guitarists Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia and bassist Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, as well as Jefferson Airplane's bassist Jack Casady.
Alembic started their transition from sound and recording work to instrument building by modifying Lesh & Casady's Starfire basses.
The following chart, however, details the best information we have for the approximate last serial numbers produced in each given year before 1960.
There are no corresponding model names or numbers available.
The serial number inside on the Guild orange/white label is as follows: X 175 model EG 147 Serial. It seems to be a cross between the Artist Award and the X700.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating