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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jamme, Oct 10, 2018.
I got you.
I was afraid of that!
There was a run with pernambuco necks.
I passed on one, too...
Me too...if I found out sooner than 2 minutes before the end of auction...looked like a really cool guitar.
Two minutes is plenty of time to make a move.
If course it is...but not nearly enough time to develop a “damage control” plan that will mitigate any marital repercussions.
I’m unsure which would get me in more trouble; the money or a double neck.
Maybe try to leverage the guitar for a trade in on a scale length shorter than a LP scale such as a SC245 or a McCarty 594.
Well, it is little harder to claim “This old thing? I’ve had it for years!” with a double neck.
What’s the link? I’d like to see what I missed.
Here you go.
Heh, I thought so too.
Dang, right down the street from me and Duncan. Not really looking at the moment, but dang.
Changed my mind. Not my thing.
Since I’ve realized I wouldn’t be able to part with any of them, my Private Stocks have increased in their value - to me!
The hog ce I bought was declared a flip guitar but wife didn't buy that for a second.
Still have guitar but don't have the option of the BS flip it excuse!
I have a thing for trailers too. I travel a bit for work in east half of Iowa so If I see a trailer I can get CHEAP I'll buy it and drag it home.
Last one I bought I got stupid cheap. New tires and wheels, replaced spring hangers and bushings, fab and weld on heavy duty fenders, built wheel chocks and presto.....new dirt bike trailer!!!!!!
So now, at least I didn't buy another trailer OR at least I didn't buy another guitar!!!!
Yet! There's one calling your name!
Oh yes there is!!!!!!!
Yes, it most definitely is. And the guy who bought that doubleneck is grinning like a little kid at Christmas today.