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Goya G-30 / GG-30
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1954 catalog

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1964 catalog

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1966 catalog

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1968 catalog

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1971 ad

Specifications:

Non-cutaway.
Grand Concert size:
Body width: 380 mm.
Body length: 480 mm.
Body depth: 98 mm.
Fingerboard width: 50 mm.
Scale length: 650 mm.
Spruce top with undetermined bracing.
Flame maple back & sides.
10-ply top purfling.
6-ply back purfling.
Mahogany neck with non-adjustable T-shaped duraluminum truss rod.
No headstock logo.
Unbound ebony fingerboard.
Rosewood bridge.
Gold plated strip tuners with mother-of-pearl buttons.
Natural finish.

While developing the new line of nylon-string guitars,
a few test models were made, and this is one: 319310 (1954)

Introduced: ca 1954 as a replacement for El-Goya Model 250.

ca 1954:

Changed bridge design.

Earliest known example: 317147 (1954)

ca 1955:

Also available as Levin Model 111.

326927 (1955)

ca 1955:

Pearloid tuner buttons.

361931 (1957)
379984 (1958)

ca 1959:

Goya logo on headstock.

ca 1961:

Changed headstock design.
Changed tuner design.

103310 (ca 1962)
109315 (ca 1962)

ca 1963:

Extended fingerboard.

158821 (ca 1963)
214216 (1964)
214219 (1964)
3724026 (ca 1968)

ca 1969:

Fingerboard width: 52 mm.
No mother-of-pearl inlay on bridge.

ca 1970:

Renamed GG-30.

5096065 (ca 1970)
no number (ca 1971)
no number (ca 1971)
51416 (ca 1972)
52944 (ca 1972)
Latest known example: 55663 (ca 1972)