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Wooden epaulettes around soundholes change to a photographic Mylar material.
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Charles Kaman chose a small team of aerospace engineers and technicians, several of whom were woodworking hobbyists as well, to work to invent a new guitar.
One of these was Charles Mc Donough, who later created the Ovation Adamas model. Engineers and luthiers work to improve acoustic guitars by changing their conventional materials.
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).
The dates in this chronology reflect actual appearances of models, determined from price lists and the recollections of sales representatives and dealers.
My dad gave it to me and it is in new, pristine condition. The sticker inside does not look like the regular ovation stickers.Less than 100 made before February 1967 move to New Hartford factory. Model numbers introduced: Semi-hollowbody Electric Storm series introduced Model #6 Contemporary Folk Classic appears in the catalog, but is only produced as a prototype (probably during development of Glen Campbell model), with red, green or blue bowl color option K-1124 Country Artist introduced. The very early have no rosette, some have extra diamond fret markers at twelfth fret. No fret markers, twelve frets clear of body, flat fingerboard. Twelve frets clear of body, wider neck, steel strings, dot markers with diamonds at twelfth fret. Similar to the Josh White but with shallow bowl, fourteen-fret neck, flat fingerboard, and nylon strings, replaces Josh White as the #4 model. Adamas introduced in prototype form for artists and select dealers. The first 26 are prototypes; #27-#61 are a non-tooling production run; #62-#76 have a new headstock design and the Kaman bar neck reinforcement.
YEAR FIRST NUMBER PRODUCED LAST NUMBER PRODUCED Between the years 19, Guild returned to the system which used a separate serial number prefix for each guitar model.