East german guitars

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
7 0001 – 0270 1988
7 0271 – 1830 1989
7 1831 – 3200 1990
7 3201 – 4540 1991
7 4541 – 7090 1992
7 7091 – 8820 1993
7 8821 – 10700 1994
7 10701 – 13000 1995
7 13001 – 14680 1996
7 14681 – 17130 1997
7 or CE 17131 – 19580 1998
CE 19581 – 20749 1999
CE 20750 – 21599 2000
CE 21600 – 23199 2001
CE 23200 – 25389 2002
CE 25390 – 26399 2003
CE 26400 – 27900 2004
CE 27901 – 29377 2005
CE 29378 – 31800 2006
CE 31801 – 32783 2007
CE 32784 – 33881 2008
EG Models

Martin Seeliger, of Giessen, Germany, began loving guitars when he was very young, and never lost that deep affection! His passion for making fine instruments was carefully nurtured by his mentor, a highly-respected European maker of classical guitars--Manfred Pletz. After a 5-year apprenticeship, Martin began his own company in 1984. Today he is firmly established as one of the world's Premier instrument luthiers; and global performers heartily endorse Lakewood guitars--for a truly characteristic musical tone quality, unlike any other created on a guitar!   Also, check out the fabulous Lakewood Custom 3-D Guitar-Designer tool on Lakewood's web site !

East german guitars

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