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- A retail store in Los Angeles, California which has a large stock of extremely high quality vintage guitars, including Hofners.David Brass, the owner, works very hard to ensure that the descriptions and provenance of his stock is 100%.
Read on: - The Bubenreuth-based string manufacturer that has been supplying strings to the Hofner Company since the pre-World War days when both companies were together in Schoenbach.
At the foot of this page, you will find a long and detailed list regarding the manufacture date of your guitar and it is as simple as looking for the serial number of your guitar on the list and from that, it will tell you the date.
Over the years and due to various changes of ownership some of the necessary documentation has unfortunately been misplaced or destroyed and whilst this has led to a few anomalies and inconsistencies in the dating charts, the information presented here represents the most comprehensive data available for Guild guitar dating.
YEAR APPROXIMATE LAST SERIAL NUMBER PRODUCED The following chart displays the first and last serial numbers of guitars produced in each given year (1960 to 1969).
There are no corresponding model names or numbers available.
A book which describes, with anecdotes from many of the guitar pioneers, the first 20 years of British Rock History. A "must have" for every vintage gear (and Beatle) enthusiast.- This company deals only in vintage gear - particularly vintage amps and guitars, but also drums and effect units.
Not specifically written on guitars, but Hofners appear time and again in the text and photographs. Plenty of old Hofner guitars and Selmer amps are usually in stock.
YEAR FIRST NUMBER PRODUCED LAST NUMBER PRODUCED **Between the years 19, Guild used a separate serial numbering system for each guitar model The following chart details the year, the guitar model, and the beginning and ending serial number for each model in each given year.
MODEL 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 The following chart displays the first and last serial numbers of guitars produced in each given year (1970 to 1979).
For those interested in knowing more of the backstory of their guitar there are some useful guides, the best of which are “The Guild Guitar Book” by Hans Moust and “Gruhn’s Guide to Vintage Guitars” by Hans Gruhn.
These will not only help confirm the year of production of your instrument but will also help identify the various specifications that define your guitar, explain where it sits on the evolutionary path and put it into a wider historical context.
On a heavily used guitar, there is a chance that time has taken its toll and it could be weathered down or off.