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Also when you produce huge amounts of guitars there are other problems with wood for example.

A small company can go and handpick their wood but a large company has to literally buy wood by the ton and hope for the best.

That was also the year they moved to a new large modern factory and upped their production tremendously.

CNC manufacturing techniques allows PRS to build more guitars than ever but a lot of the original soul of the guitar is lacking.

I playing Ibanez since 1978 and I got several Ibanez. TID=11 685&PN=1 I can't find any catalog information on an AW-15 (1983, 83050037D), can you? And the AW-15 is ma be a special model-name for the US-market? Definitely, there's the "A/W" in the headstock, and the nato body, but the model name, and no catalog info of an AW-10 6-string corresponding model make it hard to identify. Maybe, in fact, this is the AW18-12 with an early model number. You can image that in Germany the distributor is very strong and in that time Ibanez was sell really more e-guitars than acoustics.

Honda) I bought it on 13-Aug-1981 (new) from Sam Ash music stores for 0.00(US) 7% sales tax (New York). For series 3, I think they used "-12" for 12 strings. You can find it in the same year in the catalog and often same year in the shops.

It was the only AW-75 I ever saw in the New York stores where I shopped. ) ARTWOOD AW-120 (8010060) - Germany ARTWOOD AW-70LTD - 105th of 120 (91101300) - Germany ARTWOOD AW-70LTD - 24th of 120 (91101228) - Germany ******************************************** Second Series: ARTWOOD AW-30 (83060168D) - Germany ******************************************** Thanks for helping. ARTWOOD AW-60DM (91012032) - Germany ARTWOOD AW-70 (0305127) - Japan ARTWOOD AW-70DM (0103119) - Germany ARTWOOD AW-75 (0810098) - U. In 1980 they build same times the whole production of a year for stock. And the distributors were carefully with foreign music instruments.

the newer one that is a 2 piece bolted together unit. This affects the playability of the guitar adversely and also reduces the value of the guitar greatly. This cost cutting move was especially dastardly, because it's impossible to visually tell the difference: The wood is painted opaque on most of the models.

(I offer a conversion back to original; on this call for details) 1995 -- PRS changed the wood on their Classic Electric CE model from Alder to Mahogany. I would classify this change as downright dishonesty and fraud.