Acoustic flatop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1971-1972 (other years possible, not verified)
Birch body. H164 is the black version
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- SSilliman - 2006-01-01
I got one of these for christmas last year. It has a good tone. It is in great condition considering it's age
- music - 2007-05-28
Great guitar! I found one in my basement and I'm teaching my self to play on it! Great sound, really quality guitar. Its fun to play.
- carl - 2009-12-06
i have one of these , i love it ,because of it's wide neck it is easy for someone with big hands to play ,i wouldnt trade mine for anything
- Nick - 2010-12-08
I was given one of these in 1958 so I could learn and after all these years it's still the most remarkable guitar I own. The neck is straight, the tone is rich and full. I play about 3 hour a day now that I'm retired. The best gift ever.
- Wildman - 2011-11-16
Given to me as a birthday present from my girlfriend (Carol-song of joy) 1/1/1972. Learned to play this guitar and traveled with me to Europe, middle east, south america and Canada while in the Air force. Played at the first talent show held at Camp New Amsterdam Holland 1979 (Queen in attendance). Great Guitar and best friend. Thank you
- rodmoxley - 2011-11-16
I purchased one of these for my wife in the mid-1980's from Sears - paid $150. My wife never did take lessons, so it wasn't played until the late 1990's when we loaned it to a friend for a couple of years. He was a guitarist, so it did get played. We still have it and its in like-new condition. We may be about to loan it out to a teenage girl who wants to learn to play.
- Daddy's Girl Music - 2012-02-21
I bought one of these today! Next straight, no scratchs or cracks and hadn't been played since purchased in 1998 and it was still in tune! The strings are dead but still in tune. Has a good tone with old strings, can't wait to hear it with new ones! It also has an adjustable neck and bridge! And yes, I absolutely bought it for a song!
- Joe - 2014-06-02
I was given one by my brother that he bought at a flea market years back. I had to repkace the tuner machines but other then that its a solid guitar...nice warm tone. I dont know why though the pics here dont match the guitar i have (head stock and bridge are slightly different and the top is plywood) but the serial numbers match.
- MGC - 2017-10-28
I got one of these off a friend I am restoring it is a H166 I am going to stain it a Mohogany.
- Conor - 2017-10-29
how much is it worth?