My 1965 Melody Maker...Old and beat up, still great!

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  1. old mark

    old mark Senior Member

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    I agree! I had one, but, mine was heavily modded. It did ROCK!

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    old mark Senior Member

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    Very special guitars, those old MM's...
     
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    My 1967 melody maker. Some dummy painted it white in the early 70s before my dad got it. Sparkling burgundy lying beneath the white. Wish I knew how to excavate it. 1st guitar I ever played. Dad finally let me have it last year.
     
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    Joan most probably agrees. \m/
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    Great guitars. When my MM's are old I'll be in my 70's.

    Ohhhhhhh shit. :facepalm:
     
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