How to destroy a vintage guitar

Kamen_Kaiju

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hehehe,..the 80's claimed another one.
 

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But it comes with that sweet case.
That's why it's worth so much. That and the Washburn trem system. haha
 

Kamen_Kaiju

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just for the record,..and I'm totally going off my gut and zero anecdotal evidence...

That guitars been molested so that price is too high right?

I'd hate to think that's a normal price for a raped guitar.

...Cookie has me thinking about "player grade" Specials....but damn that price seems high!

...perhaps I should not be looking at Vintage guitars at all! :laugh2:
 

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just for the record,..and I'm totally going off my gut and zero anecdotal evidence...

That guitars been molested so that price is too high right?

I'd hate to think that's a normal price for a raped guitar.

...Cookie has me thinking about "player grade" Specials....but damn that price seems high!

...perhaps I should not be looking at Vintage guitars at all! :laugh2:
Someone else posted this one. The one is salvageable. The Washburn trem is a surface mount with no routing needed. The posts should match up with an abr and stop tail.

That siad, it is very over priced.
 

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Seen that one before it's been for sale for ages, at nearly $7K he's dreaming :cool:
 

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yea ....wayyyy too much....that guy thinks he has some long lost treasure....

:shock:
 


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