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Ron Williams

 

From:
Wyoming, USA
Post  Posted 12 May 2022 7:19 pm    
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Hi, I have a Double neck Dekley that I picked up around 8 years ago with the honest intent to learn but as often happens other interest prevailed and I'm thinking about selling it now. I'm hoping someone can tell me the model and age of it, as well as the current value for this guitar. The only thing I can find is the numbers (102-0012) on the underside. I had a friend from the band I was in at the time that played it when I first got it and he said it plays great and has better action then his does. He had the same exact one as mine.

Any information is appreciated!

Thanks,

Ron











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Paul Wade


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mundelein,ill
Post  Posted 13 May 2022 3:33 am     dekley d-10
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ron,
It's a pre 1980 model before the dekley slimline came out.the dekley slimline
was a shoter body guitar like a emmons legrand.


p.w

p.s here is mind i had for a few years
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Scott Denniston


From:
Hahns Peak, Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 13 May 2022 4:29 am    
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That's a sweet looking guitar in great shape and I'll bet it sounds as good as it looks. If I were selling it I think I'd ask around 2000ish. I think the Dekleys are making a resurgence because of their playability and sound.
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Ron Williams

 

From:
Wyoming, USA
Post  Posted 13 May 2022 10:38 pm    
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It really does have a sweet sound! Thanks for your help guys, I really appreciate it!
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Ray Minich

 

From:
Bradford, Pa. Frozen Tundra
Post  Posted 20 May 2022 3:22 pm    
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One thing for sure...its not gonna blow away. I have that same axe and it's heavier than he'll...thats why I don't move it. I play out with the Emmons
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Lawyers are done: Emmons SD-10, 3 Dekleys including a D10, NV400, and lots of effects units to cover my clams...
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