Seattle Tacoma Guitar Show Oct. 2

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  1. Slater529

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    The Fall SeaTac guitar show in Kent is fast approaching! I'll be there. Will you? :dude:



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    If you see a guy trying to sell a late 60's teardrop Vox bass, look for an idiot wearing a Cabela's hat standing next to him. Mesas were cheap at the last Kent show, so that same idiot might be carting one home. :thumb:
     
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    My bud and I just confirmed a table. We'll have a mix of stuff: Vox bass, Warmoth SuperDuper strat, Tascam DM-24's, my homebrew speaker iso-boxes, my re-cabbed Peavey Classic 20, a black Floyd Rose, some pickups, etc. Stop by and buy something. Or better yet, stop by and listen to my take on certain MLP members. :thumb:
     
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    I'll be there early when the vendors are loading in. Hope to find you and say Hi. :)
     
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    Guitar-wise, everything was high except for 70's Fenders with issues and pedals. I could've populated an absolutely killer pedal board for under well under $400. Also could've walked out with an amazing Allen & Heath 32ch. analog mixer for less than 1/10th of what it sold for new.

    Slater, you need to show off that Junior...
     
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    Big John, one of the guys I came with bought 3 of those blow-out priced pedals... $25 a piece. :thumb:

    I was forunate to accomplish both things I went for:

    1. Sold my Eastman Concert Uke for $225 (was asking $250)
    2. Traded my Historic Reissue '60 Special for an absolute killer '11 Historic Reissue '57 TV Junior. :naughty:

    NGD post with pics in the Historic forum (hopefully) tomorrow. :D

    It was a real pleasure meeting you Big John!
     

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