Written on: 24/04/2010 by victor trolio (1 review written)
I first seen the D25 in the late 70s...never forgot the tone,or color..they wanted 500.00 for it back then...I bought the fender for 275.00 and still have it today...but never forgot the guild. A few months back i got a tip on a shop
in painsville Oh. where there might be a guild just siting around...kind of
place you never know....right. The guy says he has one in the back thats been
siting around for some time and he has,int had a chance to work on it yet.
When he brought it out i nearly fell over...it was old red. No nut and beat to
to hell...To make a long story short, it,s mine..He wanted 350.00..i begged
him to let me have for 300.00...deal. I replaced the nut,saddle and bridge pins with bone and tweeked the bar a bit and it,s going to the grave with me
Old red is home to stay......
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