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BY GrantB
#799225
Jim.h wrote:bad timing. otherwise in there. Beautiful guitar. Its a keeper for sure.

Thanks Jim. Sounded amazing through your amp.
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BY Les_Paul86
#799341
This is exactly what I’ve been wanting for ages. When that lotto win comes in, you’ll be getting the call.
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BY GrantB
#801082
you may not get the chance...
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BY Jim.h
#801123
GrantB wrote:you may not get the chance...


SOLD! Hope it works out for you mate.

I was dreaming about that strat last night...
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BY GrantB
#802165
Yes, but Happy that it will be played
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BY willow13
#802171
holy shit .. that sort of money is so far beyond anything I would be able to spend on gear..well done
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BY jeremyb
#802172
Holy fuck, $17k for a chunk of wood!! Will you tell us what you paid for it?
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BY Slowy
#802174
jeremyb wrote:Holy fuck, $17k for a chunk of wood!! Will you tell us what you paid for it?

Thre usual, JB; money and time.
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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
#802175
jeremyb wrote:Will you tell us what you paid for it?

Maybe a few hundred quid in the mid 60's :wink:

My Dad paid around £700 in 1977 for his Gibson ES355, he has had it recently valued and it's now insured for just over £8k. Amazing really what some wood and metal is viewed to be worth! Well done on that sale though, reassuring to know that there are obviously buyers with some serious cash at their disposal.
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BY willow13
#802176
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Will you tell us what you paid for it?

Maybe a few hundred quid in the mid 60's :wink:

My Dad paid around £700 in 1977 for his Gibson ES355, he has had it recently valued and it's now insured for just over £8k. Amazing really what some wood and metal is viewed to be worth! Well done on that sale though, reassuring to know that there are obviously buyers with some serious cash at their disposal.


I tuned down buying a real 1968ish les paul custom in 1992 for $1200 because there was fret buzz at the 12th fret.....it sounded great but I could see past the buzz .... so much regret in hindsight