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    Ngd - dv73

    Here it is. This guitar is special. Near-mint condition, and even with dead strings, it has volume, overtones, and clarity.











    1968 F50R (Braz)
    1974 F50R
    1972 F50 SB
    1979 F212XL
    1968 F312 (Braz)
    1970 F412 SB
    1970 F512 NT (Florentine Inlays, Braz)
    1973 F512
    1971 F612
    1970 D55 NT (Braz)
    1977 D55 NT
    1988 D60 NT
    1984 D70 NT
    1983 D70-12E
    1983 D80 NT
    1984 D80-12 CH SB SPC
    1997 D100 NT CRV
    1994 JF100 NT
    1996 JF100-12 AB CRV
    1995 JV-72 NT (x2)
    1994 DV72 NT
    1994 DV72 NT-MK
    1994 DV73 NT HG
    1996 DV74 NT
    1994 DV76 NT
    1991 GF55 NT
    1999 F65CE
    2000 Peregrine Custom
    1987 Martin D12-45
    1979 Rickenbacker 360/12
    1971 Les Paul Custom

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    Congrats! Enjoy!
    Dave

    '72 D-35 (Jan '73)
    '81 D-46NT (Oct '07)
    '94 DV-72NT (turquoise; Jan '16)
    '94 DV-72NT MK (malachite; Oct '14)
    '95 DV-73 NT HG (Aug '12)
    Gone but not forgotten
    '71 D-44NT (2008-2015)
    '74 G-37Bld (2006-2015)
    '74 D-25M (2006-2015)
    '76 D-50NT (2009-2016)
    '78 D-35 (1986-2007)
    '92 D-55 (2007-2014)


    All my Guilds, past and present (pics)...
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    I just noticed that the herringbone purfling on your newly acquired '94 DV-73 is the same/similar to that on my '94 DV-72s, but slightly different than that on my '95 DV-73...

    I'm guessing its a 1994 vs 1995 difference, rather than a DV-72 vs DV-73 difference.
    Dave

    '72 D-35 (Jan '73)
    '81 D-46NT (Oct '07)
    '94 DV-72NT (turquoise; Jan '16)
    '94 DV-72NT MK (malachite; Oct '14)
    '95 DV-73 NT HG (Aug '12)
    Gone but not forgotten
    '71 D-44NT (2008-2015)
    '74 G-37Bld (2006-2015)
    '74 D-25M (2006-2015)
    '76 D-50NT (2009-2016)
    '78 D-35 (1986-2007)
    '92 D-55 (2007-2014)


    All my Guilds, past and present (pics)...
    My Soundclick! page...

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    Congratulations! Can't get enough of these DV-7x's.

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    Yeah, man!

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    awagner:
    Back to back post; A vintage D55 and DV73. Two guitars that would improve most anyone's collection. And doubt I will ever see a DV73 in person.
    Just a magical looking guitar!
    Congratulations!!!
    1983 Guild G45
    2001 Chris Bozung Rosewood Dred - Antique Sunburst - "A Dozen Roses"
    2011 Chris Bozung CB "45" Brazilian Rosewood Dread
    2014 Guild D55 NT
    2019 CB Super with Engelmann Top and Cocobolo Back and Sides

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    .

    W-w-w-w-wow!
    2018 Guild F512 Sunburst
    2011 Guild F50R Sunburst
    2002 Guild JF30-12 Sunburst
    2018 Gibson Ltd. Ed. Songwriter Deluxe 12-string
    2015 Martin GPC12PA4 12-string
    
1972 Epiphone FT-160 12-string
    2012 Epiphone Dot CH

    2010 Epiphone Les Paul Standard trans amber 

    2013 Yamaha Motif XS7

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    Holy ####!

    Purdy!

    Love the detail on the bridge inlay...true artistry
    NH 2011 D-40 Standard, 2014 Orpheum 000-12 Fret SH Hog, 2010 F-412, 2010 F-512.

    Westerly: Songbird, JF-30-12, 1976 F-212, 1971 D-25 CH, 1982 D-70, F4CE, 1996 D-26, 1972 F-30

    Westerly Series OM-140 SB

    Ibanez V-302

    Madeira A-2...(don't laugh!)

    Most of the pain associated with my playing comes from having to listen to me. frono

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    Wow! Congratulations! Stunning!

    walrus
    1958 Gibson ES-225T
    2011 Guild F-30RCE

    Gone but not forgotten (Guilds only): 1963 A-50, 1965 X-50BL, 1967 T-100D, 1968 Mark II, 1960's Baritone Ukulele, 1977 S-60, 1984 D-64, 1997 SFII, 1998 SFIV, 1998 Bluesbird Cherry Sunburst, 2001 Bluesbird P90 Natural

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    very cool piece, congrats again! would be a cool guitar (aestheticly) for many types of gigs that come to mind. everyone in the audience would ask about it and look for another one...and never find another!

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