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m5570

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Is it wine red color or the lighting? That last photo it looks brown.
 

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Thanks Roxy.

The dark, wine red is a difficult color to capture with a phone camera, especially by someone with less than no photography skills. On that last picture, I used a flash to try and capture the brain underneath, probably washed out the red a little too much.
 

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I just love that Tokai wine red, especially since it's on a mahogany body. I much prefer Tokai's version than wine red over a maple cap like some of the other manufacturers. I have struggled as well trying to get any nice photos of mine.
 

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FS: Crews KTR LS-01 FM 2013

https://flic.kr/p/2kcpbkx
As I'm having her bigger sister on the way something must go, sadly. After I got it I knew I want to dig into Crews deeper. It is in fact one of the nicest guitars I've ever played! I might prefer it to Edwards PM, for instance.
Had loved by many Bacchus Classic FM at the same time and prefer Crews way more.
Very comfy kind of 59/58 neck (as I remember 43.3 mm wide nut and 22.7 mm thick at 1st fret). What's interesting neck is true 1 piece - no extra wings on headstock.
Pickups are most likely stock KTR Original which I wouldn't change, they are great! On the other hand if some "high-end" pickups could make it sound better - wow. No cover for the bridge, that's how I got it (believe former owner was Mr Page fan) which I also prefer (neck covered, bridge un).
Weight around 4kg. Tapping test didn't proof any weight relief.
Condition wise it's in great shape - some scratches at the back or headstock or fretboard (believe made while crowning the frets). Frets allow to set low action, am not good at it but believe circa 70% left.
Caps changed to orange.
Asking 1100€, no trades this time.

https://flic.kr/p/2kcpbw9 https://flic.kr/p/2kcpwj1 More pics:
 
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Listing also guitar I've been trying to get for looong. Edwards Pure Material:
https://flic.kr/p/2jP5WgE https://flic.kr/p/2jP56MV https://flic.kr/p/2jP5WiP Tried many Edwards LPs (ALS, LTS, ones from 80s and 90s) and this one is definitely best of them.
It's probably the lightest LP I've had in my hands - 3.45kg/7.6lbs! A dream for pain in the back person :p
Have done a big research on this line and looks like there are 2 neck profiles. More 60 and more 59 style. This one is the beefier one (circa 22.2 mm at 1st fret).
Stock pickups and everything.
Condition - believe someone was touring with it. Lots of dings all-around; some checking of nitro, mostly on the neck; please take a close look at the album.
Frets in good condition, low action.
No OHSC, but hardcase included.
Asking - 1200
 
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The Bartlett is SOLD, the other Replica is still available!


FS: Original Bartlett '59 and Master-built '59 with Bartlett-top


Both guitars are located in the EU, I can ship them by DPD fully insured. Both guitars were built by the same specs, the Original Bartlett is aged and the other one is not aged. Both sounds really similar, but obviously the original Bartlett demands a higher price.

If you need more pics, infos PM me!


Bartlett '59 - SOLD

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Master-built Bartlett-top '59 (by local builder) - 3950 EUR

(Supplied in a Brown/pink classic hard case - not the one on the photos)






 

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The Bartlett is SOLD, the other Replica is still available!


FS: Original Bartlett '59 and Master-built '59 with Bartlett-top


Both guitars are located in the EU, I can ship them by DPD fully insured. Both guitars were built by the same specs, the Original Bartlett is aged and the other one is not aged. Both sounds really similar, but obviously the original Bartlett demands a higher price.

If you need more pics, infos PM me!


Bartlett '59 - SOLD

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Master-built Bartlett-top '59 (by local builder) - 3950 EUR

(Supplied in a Brown/pink classic hard case - not the one on the photos)






The sadness Is real but.. Also happiness that you sold it :p
 

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And 3rd listing this week - Navigator N-LP-280. IMO the nicest I've seen:
https://flic.kr/p/2kcYGix https://flic.kr/p/2kcYEKY Overall in great condition - just some dings on the headstock corners, around mounting screw of the pickguard.
Seth Lover B, Antiquity N.
8.8lbs
OHSC
SOLD

 
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Hey guys,I dunno if I should post this here in the classifieds or make a separate thread but hopefully this is the right place. I'm looking for a spare pickup set for my Greco EG-900 from 1975-76 (one in my profile picture) and while I loved the unmarked U-3000s as they are completely different from their marked counterparts I wanted a similar pickup or better. Was looking for a pair of Greco Dry Z zebra pickups. I dont know how much they are normally as every time I look em up they arent for sale or they were sold. I'd like zebras to look similar to the current pickups in case I decided to swap them out or use them for a project im planning. Any help is appreciated!
 

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