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many thanks guy for telling us more about the the watkins we came across you were very helpfull im glad i came across this site what a fab site too
Knowledgeable guitar fan
A pleasure and a privilege to be shown such a wonderful collection by such a knowledgeable guitar fan.
It’s just got me wanting more!
Many thanks once again Guy.
Guitar builder for Henry Weill in the early 60s at Reynolds Road, Acton. If anyone still has my FW one-off red, single sided head, semi acoustic, I’d like to know where it’s been since 1967! Keith and Mike where are you?
Guy, thanks for the link promise. I had linked to some of your guitars in the past. Will have to add some more esp the Segovia
What a collection!
Guy, it took me some time to visit the galery and it is amazing: what a collection ! Moreover, it’s an asset to all of us worldwide as we need the reference galeries to find out what’s the real art ! From what I hear the collection guitars are the safest investment in the past 50 years … still going up (while baby bommers age 🙂
BTW, how do I add few photos to the gallery?
Bon courage and bravo !
Dear Guy, thanks for your latest feedback concerning this unique Fender Coronado (with a 3+3 headstock). I am trying to load few photos to your page for all the experts to have a look: seems to me that this guitar is totally unique – and Fender are officially unaware of it (they do not deny it – just they have no records) !
Hi i have 1897 washburn guitar that i would like to now the value of serial no is 316685 style 112
Quite an amazing collection!
Quite an amazing collection you have there! A lot more than I have, but feel free to have a look if you feel like it!
Love this site
I Love This site .rave on
I was watching the Antiques Roadshow and stopped to take more attention when I heard the Dallas Tuxedo being mentioned. This was especially significant as I have had a two pickup example, in wood finish, for the past 40 years.
I originally bought this for a small sum from a local second-hand shop, as I was then a 13 year old who wanted to learn to play electric.
The Tuxedo is complete and in original condition, including hard case. I have just had Dave at Axeshack (www.axeshack.co.uk) to give it a service, and the most significant work was a new set of flat wound strings, to suit.
I would love to hear from others who have either owned, or still own, a Tux’.
Many thanks Guy for having such a great collection, and I look forward to hearing more about the plans for a dedicated web site for the Tux’.