I suppose I'd better start.
I've got a Tanglewood 1200ES hollow-bodied electro-acoustic (which is my workhorse) as well as a Yamaha Pacifica XII which is a Strat-bodied electric (in Old Violin Sunburst).
Lovely sounds from both and I've used both in Church, although the Yamaha hasn't been there in a good long while!
Sorry I don't have a digital snapy thing to hand so no picture.
I have a Levin W 12 - 38 which I bought about 1972. It's an acoustic 12 string with the neck starting at the 12th fret but is does have a cutaway.
Levin guitars.... top stuff. Bet it sounds beautiful. Never heard a Levin 12-string, but I've heard their 6 strings and they're really nice!
Would this be it?....
Hi, guys. My guitar is a Guild in fancy maple except for the soundboard. It's the heaviest guitar I've owned by far but has a great sound. I bought it used at a guitar center maybe fourteen years ago, so do not know how old it is. A previous owner added pickup. If I ever get financially ahead enough I'm wanting to buy a smaller and lighter six string for travel and learning bar chords. I typically strum when leading worship and finger pick something supplemental when someone else is leading. I have recently developed a sort of mix of strumming with the thumb in the middle of finger picking which works well as a supplement some songs.
Dave, I sometimes see Levin guitars on ebay while searching for watchmaking equipment by that name and wondered how good they were.