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Post by TMG 03 »

THere seems to be a few lefty Strats on Trademe at present.


Shame most are your Standard black, I did see a nice sunburst one that looked yummy.

There are times when I have no cash and guitars come out of the woodwork :cry:
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Post by Bg »

whats up with your lefty MIM? I was kind enough not to take it off your hands :p
So, is that low alcohol or no alcohol at all? mmmm, no alcohol, do you want to try it? Noooooooooo.

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I play the MIM tele every day, the MIJ strat is still there. I just got back my righty 40th Ani Squire Strat that I loaned out about two years ago.
It is rather nice with a 22 fret RW board and a nice SD pup in it.Just can't decide if that should go on Trademe.

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is that a chinese one or japanese?
So, is that low alcohol or no alcohol at all? mmmm, no alcohol, do you want to try it? Noooooooooo.

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It might be china, or Korea, I will have to look. Its a good little project guitar. Has a chip in the paint but thats just relic wear

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got my project body from Ash this morning - well got the wood anyway, just a little bit of work *cough* to then it will be finished ;)
So, is that low alcohol or no alcohol at all? mmmm, no alcohol, do you want to try it? Noooooooooo.

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Post by gregtarr »

Hmmm. Mine will be getting cheaper soon.
I just want to get rid of it. :cry:
Oh, and it has become a standard lefty strat.
No more sillyness, I don't think there are two people in New Zealand that would actually buy a guitar like that. :?

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When that Ash axe arrives :P

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> There are times when I have no cash and guitars come out of the woodwork

Situation normal for most of us, mate!
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Post by B45-12 »

Surprisingly no Rog - I find it's the ones you could well afford and for some reason you pass up that become the regretted ones - the ones when there is a lack of cash seem to appear again later if you wait for a bit (not easy I admit especially when young).

Or is this just my personal curse??
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