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Two 1980's Peavey USA Destiny for sale - Neckthrough Kahler Trem, shredders!

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  • Two 1980's Peavey USA Destiny for sale - Neckthrough Kahler Trem, shredders!

    These are both mahogany bodies, maple tops (3/4'', you can see the glue line on the finish if you look at it just right). Both are laminated neck-through maple necks, the red one has the middle pickup disconnected and a seymour duncan coolrails in the neck, the blue one is just standard, one of the strings broke, and the only place to get strings is an hour away from so i am selling it as is (plays fine, just needs a setup). Both come with original peavey hardcases. $350 shipped each, an absolute steal for a handcrafted in USA guitar from the 80s in such awesome condition for their age. Both come with original kahler bars to, the kahler Spyder tremolo is really a great trem, holds tune just as good if not better than any schaller/ofr/gotoh floyd i've had my hands on, its really a nice hunk of metal.

    The most unique aspect about these guitars is that it is actually a 24 3/4'' scale length, 24 frets, and floating trem equipped. those stats together are hard to find on any guitar.

    Only trade I am interested in is a Peavey Limited with SSS or HH, the 3x3 headstock kind, not the EXP. Thanks!
    HCAF's resident meathead.

  • #2
    What's the nut width on those axes?


    • #3
      no idea, probably 1 11/16''. the blue one is sold, red one is available still.
      HCAF's resident meathead.


      • #4
        awesome peavey USA goodness. free bump...


        • #5
          Bump for a fellow Peavey axe owner!
          "The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought"
          Sir Thomas Beecham


          • #6

            do you still have them or any other destiny for sale???


            • #7

              interested in the red one. Please send more info regarding condition. Is that reflection on the spring cover plate? Fret condition, etc.  gmandera@tampabay.rr.com