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  • 1979 Navigator 59 335 clone

    I know it's a rubbish place to ask for discouragement, but seriously, I think I'd be mad to turn down this.


    It's in Japan, but fully shipped and insured it gonna be around $1600, and I'll have to pay minimal custioms charges.

    They only appeared in the ESP catalogue for about 4 years 76-80, and supposeldy as close as you're likely to get to a 59 335








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  • #2

    Hit it.

    "Me and a book is a party. Me and a book and a cup of coffee is an orgy."
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    • soundcreation
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      You know I'm going to tell you to go for it!


      I'm sure it will be a great guitar. 

  • #3
    That looks nice
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  • #4

    That is a sweet looking guitar. Nothing like a well made vintage Japanese guitar. I'd go for

    it. Don't overthink it..png" alt=":smileyhappy:" title="Smiley Happy" />

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    • larryguitar
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      Hard to argue with a Navigator, Sean. That kind of quality will always be respected and in demand-think of it as an investment!