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I have bought and sold many guitars since that time but this guitar still plays great. Hey Guys, I have owned this Applause guitar for over 32 years. It plays really good and the only issue with it is that the top has surface cracks. I have had this guitar since brand new back in the 70's. There is another guitar that I want to buy but my wife says I need to get rid of a few first. It is just the common wood finish, not painted, lacquered or sunburst. Its made in Moosup CT and I've had it for over 17 years. perhaps it's an earlier/later version of the aa14-4? i was very fortunate finding it for just £50 (private sale) about 5 years ago. mine is coloured deep red, also with an aluminium fretboard. it sounds gr8 amped up with the 'headway snake2' pick up i had installed into it recently. DUDE, THE # AFTER THE DASH- IS "FINISH CODE"; 4=NATURAL 2=RED; ETC... The aluminum fretboard does wear down some after over 20 years of daily use, but not enough to influence playability.
It is a typical Strat clone, strat-style body, 21 fret bolt-on maple necks with maple or rosewood fretboard.
The six GS variations (designated model numbers 1412 through to 1419), each had different in the pickup options, came with or without pickguards or had Kahler Flyer or a traditional vintage strat style vibrato unit.
(Needs a lot of work) Does anyone know where I can get the work done. Wondering if anybody has any information on the Montana line.
Trying to find information on a Applause model number ae14 serial number 116515 was my father-in-law's love playing it given to my daughter and she loves it cannot find any information about this guitar I just received a guitar from a friend who had kept it after a mutual friend passed away many years ago. Would like to spruce it up (no pun intended), change strings, et. this will give you pictures of it's separate parts. It says "Made in Korea" and "Handcrafted quality" on a label inside the soundhole. I decided to do internet research and found this site and your question. Another site said that Applause shipped production overseas in 1982.
perhaps it's an earlier/later version of the aa14-4? i was very fortunate finding it for just £50 (private sale) about 5 years ago. mine is coloured deep red, also with an aluminium fretboard. it sounds gr8 amped up with the 'headway snake2' pick up i had installed into it recently. : : DUDE, THE # AFTER THE DASH- IS "FINISH CODE"; 4=NATURAL 2=RED; ETC... do you have any photos of this guitar--i saw one in the pawn shop and i might get it. Sound is amazing (full and rich - bass) better than most ovations I have heard. My Applause AA14 (SN 101729) was purchased in 1980 for about $280.00, but to me it is priceless. The aluminum fretboard does wear down some after over 20 years of daily use, but not enough to influence playability.
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it's an attractive yet unusually designed full bodied acoustic guitar. I finally found this information and now know it not as rare as I thought but it is still a great player guitar. It is a players guitar - great sound - but no one will want to steal it because of its looks. I've got an Applause AA14-4 SN#020726 also made in Conn. To me it sounds better than any guitar I've picked up. But it is an heirloom to me and I wouldn't sell it. The soft cases did not hold up too well, but the sound is decent and they take tons of normal abuse. Its made in Moosup CT and I've had it for over 17 years. It was handed down to me when I started lessons in high school. : My Applause AA14 (SN 101729) was purchased in 1980 for about 0.00, but to me it is priceless. Its made in Moosup CT and I've had it for over 17 years. I JUST EMAILED THE GUYS AT KAMAN AND GAVE THEM THE SPECS.. If I am unable to repair your instrument, return shipping is on me. The decision to discontinue this model Was a stupid move In my opinion. The GS was Ovation's take on the Fender stratocaster.By the time this model was made Ovation had outsourced the production of bodies and necks to Samick in Korea, but the final assembly was done in the USA.The pickups were made by Di Marzio: either the DP-100 Super Distortion, the DP-103 PAF, the DP-108 single coils, or the DP-101 offset humbuckers.There were 6 finish options: black, white, red, blue, sunburst and natural. Judging by the pictures of discontinued models on the Takamine web site, this because of the coloring, I take it to be an F369SD. Skilled in reconditioning of guitars, bass, drums, piano.