How do you find the Model and type of Prestige guitar. I bought one at off an older gentalman and I have looked hundreds on line and can't find one that comes even close to what this one looks like. It seem old but not like the first one they made, Electric, don't see anything inside. Any help would be grateful
Looking online at hundreds of pic's on google
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I coudn't use this to send pictures, but I was able to send some using aol email. Hope you get them and are able to give me an idea and some info about this perticular prestige guitar.
Thanks for your help. I hope it is worth the 15 bucks sent?
did the pics I sent give you any idea what model this is?
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No Problem, I doubt it is a rare one. Just curious, take your time I am in no big hurry. Thanks for the quick response.
Hello Mark,My name is XXXXX XXXXX X'll be pleased to help you with this question.re you saying that there re no electrics inside the guitar?
No, I didn't mean that? Sorry for my poor grammer. I meant I didn't think it was the first electric guitar prestige made. Because I haven't been able to find anything that looks close to this type of Prestige Guitar while looking at hundreds of pictures online. It's fully fuctional. I would just like to know what Model it is. When I said there wasn't nothing inside I meant a certificate or model numbers. Sorry I didn't make myself clear. The majority of guitars I have have some sort of lable or number inside. I have a pre war Gibson and someone took out the certificate and when I took it to a place that knew about these I was told people take them out and put them on another guitar so they weren't able to tell me to much about that perticular guitar. Anyway hopefully you can help me find out something about this Prestige.
Hello Judith, I've sent some other pic's of an old Violin and a Old Gibson Electric just for the chance you may know something about them. I'm in the process of moving and wouldn't mine selling them if they are worth anything.
Thank You very Much,
Thanks, Mark.I'm sorry - your guitar cannot be identified from pictures on the Internet. If you would like to have it examined in person by an expert, please tell me the closest large city to you.I don't see your pictures. This site can be tricky when it comes to that. Here's some help for uploading pictures:You can use the paper clip icon at the top of your answer box.Or:You can go to http://www.photobucket.com, using my screen name, Judith-On-Antiques and my password, sharemyphotos1. There you can post your pictures, and then come back to this page and let me know you've done it.Or:Go to http://www.imgur.com. 1. Click "Computer". 2. Double click the image you want to upload. 3. Click "Start Upload". 4. When the image appears on your screen, just copy the link from that page and paste it on this page.If that doesn't work for you:You can email the pictures XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX, and ask them to forward the pictures to me. You must tell them the pictures are for the Antiques category, and give them your user name and mine, which is Judith-on-Antiques. It is important for you to send the email from the address with which you registered at Just Answer. If you are sending them from a phone, you must put the original email address in the text. If you email the pictures, it could take 12 to 72 hours for them to reach me.
I received your picture, Mark. That's a nice looking guitar.I think you need to have it examined in person by an expert. Would you like me to recommend some in your area? I'll need to know the nearest large city to you.
Ok, I live near Nashville Tn. There are several Guitar stores around here. When I get a chance I'll take it by there and have someone take a look it.
Thanks For all you Help Judith
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