Only $3200 ... Telecaster carnage ahead!

arlum

Friend of Leo's
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So .... if I go out to my shed and just collect all the old wood blocks, shims, lattice pieces, broom poles, metalwork leftovers, rusty hinges, etc. and glue them together someone will buy them? Darn. Why am I paying a hauler to take this stuff away when a bottle of glue and a little time would result in the junk disappearing at a profit rather than a loss. Doll parts. Go Cart wheels. Skateboard stuff. I could be rich!
 

Fendereedo

Doctor of Teleocity
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Hold my coat.......
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oregomike

Tele-Afflicted
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Hood River, OR
Hoping the creator of this Frankenstein isn't on the board here. The guitar just oozes craftsmanship and "Buffalo Bill Lotion". The build quality is for lack of a better word, breathtaking. And to think someone told me I was asking too much for my mint Les Paul Traditional at $2100, go figure. I guess this one does have "the best of everything" going for it. I especially like the dismembered doll torso inlay which is a "must have".

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No. Not even a little.
 




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