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  • #31
    Reverend

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    • #32






      Quote Originally Posted by americansinner
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      OK, that's pretty sexy.
      Punk rock is a work ethic.

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      • #33






        Quote Originally Posted by americansinner
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        OK, that's pretty sexy.
        Punk rock is a work ethic.

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        • #34
          curious if u looked at the baja tele...it does it all.

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          • #35
            curious if u looked at the baja tele...it does it all.

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            • #36
              Godin? Quality NA made guitar that fits in ur price range
              Godin Kingpin CW II
              '11 Epiphone BB King Lucille
              '08 Epiphone Les Paul Classic U.S. Goldtop
              '08 Richmond Dorchester
              '06 MIM Telecaster
              '00 Epiphone Dot Deluxe
              '09 Swart 6V6-SE
              Fender Mustang I

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              • #37
                Godin? Quality NA made guitar that fits in ur price range
                Godin Kingpin CW II
                '11 Epiphone BB King Lucille
                '08 Epiphone Les Paul Classic U.S. Goldtop
                '08 Richmond Dorchester
                '06 MIM Telecaster
                '00 Epiphone Dot Deluxe
                '09 Swart 6V6-SE
                Fender Mustang I

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                • #38
                  Schecter PT in white, $308.49 at Amazon. Blowout pricing, act fast:

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                  • #39
                    Schecter PT in white, $308.49 at Amazon. Blowout pricing, act fast:

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                    • #40
                      Tokai "Breezysound".











                      One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
                      Three chords and you're into jazz
                      - Lou Reed

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                      • #41
                        Tokai "Breezysound".











                        One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
                        Three chords and you're into jazz
                        - Lou Reed

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                        • #42
                          +1 on a partscaster, could easily get under the $500 mark picking the right parts.



                          Damn, now I really have the tele partcaster gas myself.
                          Pickups and Parts For Sale...

                          WTB BG Pups
                          Good deals with Guitarzan1143, diceman1000, narwhal, playdabluze, GibsonVman, TFM53

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                          • #43
                            +1 on a partscaster, could easily get under the $500 mark picking the right parts.



                            Damn, now I really have the tele partcaster gas myself.
                            Pickups and Parts For Sale...

                            WTB BG Pups
                            Good deals with Guitarzan1143, diceman1000, narwhal, playdabluze, GibsonVman, TFM53

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                            • #44
                              I assembled these from parts. They weren't cheap, but I used quality stuff--Warmoth, Lollar, TV Jones, Hipshot, Kluson CTS, etc. The Thinline was about $1200, the La Cabronita was $800, and the Tele was $1300 (Brazilian rosewood board).



                              You could do it a lot cheaper if you are good at finishing bodies and necks. Also, I went overboard with figured woods and high end pickups.



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                              • #45
                                I assembled these from parts. They weren't cheap, but I used quality stuff--Warmoth, Lollar, TV Jones, Hipshot, Kluson CTS, etc. The Thinline was about $1200, the La Cabronita was $800, and the Tele was $1300 (Brazilian rosewood board).



                                You could do it a lot cheaper if you are good at finishing bodies and necks. Also, I went overboard with figured woods and high end pickups.



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