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RobinMillarSubject: Can anyone identify my guitar???

I recently purchaced a tanglewood TW-305vs Indiana Series on ebay. But im getting kind of suspicious that it could be a fake as i have not seen any others like it. It has a serial number on the inside ( 050219 ) is this a valid serial number? Can anyone help??

Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:45:19
Erik LindRE: Can anyone identify my guitar???

Hi RobinMillar,


The TW305 initially appeared about 5 or 6 years back. It was only offered in the UK, and only remained available for about half a year. This all-solid wood model retailed in the UK for £499 (the electro version for £599) and came in a deluxe hard case. It was a great guitar, but as mentioned was only produced for a short time - part of a year -  before being phased into other models for production cost reasons.


So no - not a fake, just a rare model - and a great one at that!


Erik

Tanglewood Guitars - North America

Tue, 19 Jun 2012 17:49:52
RobinMillarRE: Can anyone identify my guitar???

Hi Erik


Sorry for my late reply, Im just back from a two week holiday. Thats great really put my mind at ease now, and it is good to know that it is quite a rare model.


Thanks.

Wed, 04 Jul 2012 07:38:00
Chris LymanRE: Can anyone identify my guitar???

 i just purchased a TW1000 H SR, serial # 0906280216. This guitar has very very dark wood on the sides and back, it looks like African Mahogany, though I'm not sure. Also it is equipped with the B Band A5t system. I am curious as to whether this is an older model, or part of a short production run, as it is different than what is shown on your web page. That said I love this guitar, and compared it extensively with just about every guitar in my smallish community. I kept coming back to it and it kept whispering in my ear. I'm just curious about her history.


Thanks!

Thu, 27 Sep 2012 17:07:56
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