So, I have this acoustic guitar that I inherited from my dad- technically it's "still his" but it's at my place, and he'll never ask for it back just on principal, so I'm trying to find another like it. It's got value as something belonging to the family, but also has a sound I haven't been able to find in any other acoustic guitars. It's supposed to be a "cheap" guitar that came from a little store in Ottawa with a horrible reputation for importing overpriced junk, but has a pretty great vine inlay (maybe a jem ripoff but whatever), and has a room filling quality that I don't know how to describe. Maybe I just got lucky and got the one gem out of a bajillion cheap knock off guitars, but still. I know there's more of these out there somewhere, but I can't find one used online and wouldn't know where to start trying to find one. I know the original store doesn't have them anymore, and the company that made them doesn't appear to exist anymore. Anyway, the label on the inside says it's a TCM (the "store brand"), and this one's older than I am, so it's close to 30 years old. A bit of research shows that it's a re-branded Marina Mark 32b (sometimes called mk32b). There's also a Mark 32wr, which appears to be the same guitar but in a fancy red colour. Any thoughts on whether it's possible to track one of these down for sale?