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Not really a flip, had it a few years, then needed to clear space for some other stuff. Was sad to see it go, but made a decent enough profit....
Yeah, it's go the same body contours as the Invader and The Paul. I think the Invader came after The Paul, and I wonder if they reused tooling or...
First one is a direct knock-off of the Gibson The Paul, although much cheaper and with a bolt-on neck
Very early 80's Marquis by...
Bottom to Top? Left to Right?
1967ish Olympic Sunburst
1990s Coronet Reissue in purple
Reissue Worn Wilshire in cherry with...
Fender actually did that for the humbuckers on the early 80s USA made Bullet models.
Going to add on here with comments and another purchase!
OK, will concede this is not Ash. My feeling is that it is most likely Sen. That said, I...
There's literally nothing behind the cover, the "active" part is where the arm is attached, a 2-3" curved piece of spring steel. The cover just...
Did a little disassembly and it's gotten a fair amount darker over the years.
And the pickups look like what I've seen in 70s Japanese...
It's not pine, but could be sen or Japanese ash. Samick/Hondo called it ash, so that's what I go with.
Samick/Hondo called the shape "Clipped...
Yes, that says Rhapsoby. Now, the odd thing is I've seen other guitars of the same brand, and that is apparently the name they went with!...
Jack Bruce just blows me away on this.
Had YouTube recommend this cover to me, worth a listen just for the effort on the bass part.
I always found it funny that Anthrax really didn't speed it up, the original tempo is already up there.
Got the Time by Joe Jackson? Covered by Anthrax in the 90s.
Picked up a couple guitars online, then stopped at a few local pawn shops and brought some more stuff home.
1st one, Squier M-80
Added a couple more
H700 - Fender Bullet copy
H703 - Also a Fender Bullet Copy - factory black hardware
Strangely, these were made...
Madeira electrics were made by Samick for Guild. Like most 80s Samick stuff, probably terrible out of the box and acceptable to good when given a...
This is an undeniable one-of-a-kind. Built by a guy named Rex Parker in West Virginia sometime in the late 50s per Rex. He was a bluegrass &...
Wrap-arounds have adjustment screws on each end, so I won't need to touch the neck.
The issue on a wrap-around is that with the screws you can...
I saw that, too, but at $100 with 4 days left I'm going to watch only. Something tells me that will go over $200.
Nut for sure, tuners are better after a drop of oil and some turning back and forth.
I've got a few guitars with wraparound and it's always a...
Picked this up a week back and just had a chance to take it apart for clues.
For those that have not seen them before, Maestro...
And because I am a sucker for a deal and a Hondo, I picked up another bullet copy. H-703 this time, in metallic black, with all black hardware....
One of my favorite scenes in one of my favorite movies
Music deals seem to be my one superpower
Back in the day
- EH PolyChorus for $20 back around 1999
- Boss CE-2, free, found in a car in a junkyard...