Tuesday, May 31, 2011

W150 front

6 comments:

Pete said...

What attracted me was the all mahogany construction with the added bonus of a single piece back. The spruce top is the darling of the guitar and gives a voicing that is very hard to beat or impossible at the price I bought it for. I play this guitar every day, the voicing is exceptional even with old strings.

pete

Anonymous said...

I have a WT150 Jenko 12 string guitar before Suzuki took them over in the 1960's. Has anyone got any info on the Jenko guitar factory and the value of these guitars.

Anonymous said...

I got the same guitar. Rich and fine sounding 12 string. Any info on this?

Anonymous said...

Hello. I would need some info about Suzuki electric guitars. Something you can help me out with?
hellacop [ a ] hotmail.com

Mike said...

I have a M.Suzuki W-544 12 string, looks like the same body as yours.
Mike.

daniel Jones said...

I found out the valuation of the Jenko 12 string guitar depends if its the veneer front about $250-$300 Australian if its the wood grain from $1500-$2000 Australian. For insurance valua similar quality guitar I was told a 12 string Martin for $5000 Australian it just depends on the front either woodgrain or veneer