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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by VintageRocker, Feb 20, 2020.
I know it's inconsequential but the electronics are not even original. The neck looks suspect too...
That's what caught my eye. I'm in!
I used to think of them as "reputable music gear dealer" but now...
No furniture for you!
Fender should sue this person...
Why on earth would the Chicago Music Exchange buy this in the first place?
Two thousand nine hundred quid?! On yer bike, pal!
The seller would need to make me an offer to take that piece of firewood away.
Yuk. Burn it.
But.... 5 people have it in their cart, and it's predicted to sell soon.
Maybe it's the line about the neck with back bow that makes it extra special.
The say grass screams when you cut it.
I wonder if Tele's do too..................
I visited CME this weekend and saw the guitar in person....had no desire to even take it down and play it. And, yes, it is as bad as it looks in the pics...
From the Website:
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more"
I saw this pop up on my facebook ads a couple days back! I mean I imagine that no one foresaw the value these things would hold at the time, but come on....where's the taste!? This one hurts me..the audacity of the asking price too...tsk tsk
Hard to trust CME after seeing that.
Tragic. Both the guitar and the price!
Not gonna lie... I kinda like the way the surface looks now (the upper bout, however, is another story):
Twenty five dollars and free shipping sounds about right. Might get some decent old hardware out of it...