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Eastman are cool
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Re: NGD: 1981 Ibanez BL300nt Blazer

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Nice score! :thumbup: Weird looking Eastman though... :think: :D

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Re: NGD: 1981 Ibanez BL300nt Blazer

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dayl wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 5:12 pm So this just happened...
Trying to stay away from stuff like this but .... it cost me about as much as a box of Heiniken, I had to.

1981 Ibanez Blazer in natural Ash. Fretboard is pretty clean for a maple of this Era and the paint job comes free :thumbup: :lol:

It's been a while between Roadstar / Blazer vibes and these are fantastic players in my opinion... so on the refinish pile she goes.

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What’s the refinishing plans? And out of curiosity what else is in this “refinishing pile”?

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dayl wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 5:12 pm Eastman are cool
Thanks for dobbing yourself in Dayl, but I don't think it needs to go further. :D
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Haha I don't know how to delete

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Reg18 wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 5:21 pm What’s the refinishing plans? And out of curiosity what else is in this “refinishing pile”?
Nothing flash, only thing realmy notable is my late 90's USA Peavey Wolfgang.
Rest are sub $1000 fun toys. 2004 Epi LP Custom, Allparts/Mexi Strat, 7 string and an 8 string.

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Re: NGD: 1981 Ibanez BL300nt Blazer

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dayl wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 9:12 pm
Reg18 wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 5:21 pm What’s the refinishing plans? And out of curiosity what else is in this “refinishing pile”?
Nothing flash, only thing realmy notable is my late 90's USA Peavey Wolfgang.
Rest are sub $1000 fun toys. 2004 Epi LP Custom, Allparts/Mexi Strat, 7 string and an 8 string.
Would love to see some pics of your wolfie :-)
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hamo wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 10:24 pmI'm so confused
I was too, but there are some big hints in the title of some of the posts :mental:
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Re: NGD: 1981 Ibanez BL300nt Blazer

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AiRdAd wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 8:15 am
Would love to see some pics of your wolfie :-)
Yep, body is in the shop being refinished in a metallic gun metal silver/Grey :shock:

Then a refret.....

Really hopeful at this point that it will come together right

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