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Discussion in 'Mark's Guitar Loft' started by markguitar, May 11, 2013.
I THInk it is still for sale, saw a post of it in Facebook, the owner is selling it still IIRC.
no but i was talking to the owner about it, he thought the orig pups were too hot for his tastes, I wish I could have bought it
I think hes trying to tell you he bought it
This was my guitar and if finances were different I'd have bought it right back immediately. I also think it was a massive error to take out those WCR pickups. Hey, we all have our own tastes and maybe he wanted a real vintage PAF type of experience but that guitar with those WCR's was a monster. A true monster and putting in real polite very low wind PAF's has me puzzled.
Again...its none of my business at all but you don't put a mustache on Mona Lisa thinking it'll serve your purposes better LOL.
Best of luck to the seller and new owner. Anyone wants to know more just shoot me a PM. You won't be disappointed with the guitar, that I can assure you. I've had a lot of guitars, some very old ones, top/top replicas....and this DJ Barfly was my very, very best guitar.
drop me a pm when you have enough posts
Ok Will Do .
I'm not a relic guy but that is so authentic looking!
I hope the WCR pickups also came with the guitar. I spent a lot of time fine tuning that guitar and went thru a number of pickup sets until settling on the Wagners. It really was a great match and killer sounding guitar when it left me.
Yes They Did .
Hi Mark! (Clint from Ma.)
I 2nd that on these WCR humbuckers, the ones in the 58 plaintop I bought from your shop are dynamite, middle position especially.
its super pretty. The dings in the front don't look like mojo though. Too uniform. For me, I have to be able to imagine what happened to a guitar to get the mojo. If I can't imagine the "natural play wear" of a relic, then I immediately remember someone beat on it with something. Just my 2 cents though.
Congrats, that guitar is just perfect!
I guess I came in my pants for nothing.
Which model WCR did you settle on?
This guitar is just on another level, where true art and passion come to life.