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Just had a quick look and the site is looking brilliant! Had the best weekend with you guys – The Searchers were amazing! Am still singing their songs.
Will keep checking the website. Looking forward to Scarlet becoming a guitar player.
Kay LP Synth
Loved the site. Have been trying to ID a guitar I have that turns out to be a Kay LP Synth as shown in this collection….Thanks! It is offered for sale on eBay right now (3-17-09)
Egmond acoustic guitar
I just picked up an Egmond acoustice guitar serial # 19290080. 1929 were they making instruments tehn. This the first Egmond I have ever seen and its in very good condition.
MY FRIEND NEEDS A PICK GUARD FOR THE ET 270 T.ANY IDEAS TO WHO TO CONTACT.
Kent no. 540
hey, i noticed theres a 1960’s kent no. 540
does anyone know how much a mint condition would be worth now a days? if you could get to me, i would really appreciate it!
Would like to say thanks a lot to Guy for pointing me in the right direction and helping me contact John Bailey who my family knew centuries ago. Thank you again, Guy.
I too play the drums yet really love guitars. Sadly, you have all the guitars I WANT IN MY COLLECTION! However, your site is wonderfully presented and I wish you continued success in your collecting. Cheers Paul. P.S. if you come across a Peavey T60, natural finish, give me a shout please, I lost mine years ago at Waterloo station, some git pinched it!!!
What a killer website!
Thanx for all your efforts!
Eko 700 4V
I have got an old eko 700 4V from my father, but there are missing a few things…
at first I need a pickup, can you help me? where do I get?
I have the body & neck of an old guitar which Guy tells me is 1960’s Egmond. No scratchplate or electrics.
If anyone is interested in re-building it they can contact me for some pictures. It will be free to a good home!