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June is the time for new used gear so Spamalot in this Spam thread, Spammy!!

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  • June is the time for new used gear so Spamalot in this Spam thread, Spammy!!

    Got something guitar-related that you need to sell? Post it here!

    All spam outside of this thread will be deleted.

    By popular demand:
    THE RULES:

    1) All spam outside of this thread will be deleted.

    2) Only one post per item per person. If you "update" your price and bump your post, YOU HAVE TO DELETE YOUR ORIGINAL POST.

    3) If you are a repeat offender you will be given a temp ban.


    4) Haggling and questions do not belong in this thread. If you have a question, send a PM to the person.

    5) Do not "quote" somebodies post with their huge photos in it. If you think they have nice gear, send them a PM.

    6) Do not criticize the price someone chooses to set for their gear. It's their gear, they can sell it for whatever they want. If the price is wrong, it won't sell, not your problem, let them worry about it.

    7) Only music related gear should be posted for sale here. If you have video games, iPods, or lawn mowers, post those in the classifieds forum, not here.

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  • #2
    GONE - Thanks, SOLARPIMP
    <div class="signaturecontainer">................The <i>REAL</i> Brah<br />
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    • #3
      Boss BF-3 Flanger - $55 shipped to lower 48 (like new with box - never used except to test out at home)

      Boss Tu-2 Tuner - $55 shipped to lower 48 (Very good condition, original box)

      Danelectro Cool Cat Drive CO-1 (first version) - $50 shipped lower 48 (Excellent condition, original box)

      Fender Blacktop Strat HH loaded pickguard (mint green) - $95 shipped lower 48 (Excellent condition, pulled out of my Blacktop Strat as I put on an HSS guard with new pups, pots, etc.)

      Tech 21 Trademark 60 footswitch AR3 - $60 shipped lower 48 (Excellent condition)
      <div class="signaturecontainer"><u>Good dealings</u>: Lawton, outkastin2g, jshaft37, radonballoon, grygrx, bengerm77, roodog, 7PlaGues, JimboJ</div>

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      • #4
        WTB: Marshall 1960 B or BV, Loaded or unloaded.
        If you think this forum sucks visit here:<br>http://www.guitarampboard.com/index.php started by user guitarbilly74

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        • #5
          Hi, I have a left-handed DiPinto Galaxie 4 for sale. Jaguar-like body shape, silver sparkle finish, four single-coil pickups with four red rocker switches as pickup selectors. In excellent condition, has only been played around the house! This has a floating intonatable bridge with bridge cover, which the more recent Galaxies don't have. A good guitar for surf, but you can get a lot of tones out of this. Specs are:

          Mahogany Body
          Yellow Pearloid Pickguard
          Maple Neck with Rosewood Fret Board
          Dot Inlay Fret Markers
          22 Frets
          25 1/2 Scale Length
          4 DiPinto Single Coil Pickups
          4 Pickup On/Off Switches
          Volume Control
          Tone Control
          Floating intonatable bridge
          Enclosed Gear Tuners with Pearl Buttons
          Matching Yellow Pearl Headstock

          If you're a lefty looking for an unusual guitar, this would be a good choice. $550 including shipping in the US. Comes with the hard case. There are no dings that I'm aware of, there's a small screw hole on the back (where a strap button was placed?).

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          • #6
            Random Excess Parts - cleaning out the bench.

            These are parts that I'm just not planning on using anytime soon and need to turn into different parts. All prices are for the item only, will ship them for actual shipping cost from 98208 or meet you in the Seattle area.

            Bass Tuners - 2 Schaller, 2 Unknown. Includes the 4 bushings shown, should be enough mounting screws but haven't opened that part to count them. The two copies have baseplates that are slightly smaller than the Schaller's. You could mix and match them on a single bass, or have a good start on 2 Stig Pedersen's.

            $20







            Generic 4 String Bass Bridge - Unknown maker. Looks pretty much like you'd expect a generic F-style bass bridge to look like. Appears to be in good shape, functional, and includes the screws shown.

            $10





            "Economy" Mandolin Tuner Set, for F-Style pegheads. One Chrome, One Gold. No screws because they didn't come with any. Could be good for an 8 string lap steel build, an 8 string tenor guitar, or even a mandolin.

            $10 per set







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            • #7
              $100

              This is a pickup winder based on Jason Lollar's book and includes the guts salvaged from a Singer sewing machine with the foot pedal. Equipped with an electronic counter to make it easy to see how many turns you've made in the coil. It has never wound a pickup, mainly because my situation changed right after I completed it, but I tested it this evening and it still works.

              A few notes:

              1) The winder has a light right above the faceplate to make things easy to see. The On/Off switch for the sewing machine is located on the light housing. Above the shaft are a couple oiling holes for the bushings/bearings. You may occasionally have to help the winder start by nudging the flywheel or the faceplace, after which it runs just fine. The speed is regulated by the footpedal, letting you determine the winding speed. The black jig ply construction also probably helps see what's going on.

              2) This is equipped with a scatter assembly, although you could probably do better without using it. The motor to drive the cam is a bit underpowered, so it's not all that smooth, but you could easily replace it with a stronger motor. The leads are wired with wire nuts, making replacement very simple. You could also opt to make a heart shaped cam so that it spends more time in the middle of the coil than on the ends. From what I can tell, many people who have built these have ditched the guide and just position the wire by hand. The long arm sticking out from the front of it is the tensioner arm with a bit of felt on the end. Again, you could ignore it and do it by hand, or use a handclamp like it mentions in the book.

              3) The counter works great, driven by a switch and trigger mounted on the rotating shaft. The light switches control the operation of the counter. The first turns it off, basically resetting to zero when switched back on. The second determines the direction of the count, either up from zero or down from a number of turns. There's no way to set the initial number other than letting the machine run for a while and stopping when you get to the number you want to count down from, so you'd probably just start from zero. The third switch allows you to pause the counter, letting you run the winder or turn the shaft without disrupting the count, and it "unpauses" by switching it back.

              4) I've got a 2nd carriage that I was building out of left over parts. It could be part of the deal, or it could go to somebody else that wants a head start on a winder.

              $100 should do it, plus actual shipping cost to wherever.




              A few more pictures here.
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              • #8
                Personal Guitars Mudroom Prototype #1

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                • #9
                  I have 4 WGS British Leads available for sale or trade. I would like $200 shipped. I will consider any trade offers. Pedals, speakers ... etc.

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                  • #10
                    [COLOR="red"]*** CELESTION G12T 75 - SOLD ***

                    Now on eBay.




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                    • #11
                      Hi, I have a left-handed DiPinto Galaxie 4 for sale. Jaguar-like body shape, silver sparkle finish, four single-coil pickups with four red rocker switches as pickup selectors. In excellent condition, has only been played around the house! This has a floating intonatable bridge with bridge cover, which the more recent Galaxies don't have. A good guitar for surf, but you can get a lot of tones out of this. Specs are:

                      Mahogany Body
                      Yellow Pearloid Pickguard
                      Maple Neck with Rosewood Fret Board
                      Dot Inlay Fret Markers
                      22 Frets
                      25 1/2 Scale Length
                      4 DiPinto Single Coil Pickups
                      4 Pickup On/Off Switches
                      Volume Control
                      Tone Control
                      Floating intonatable bridge
                      Enclosed Gear Tuners with Pearl Buttons
                      Matching Yellow Pearl Headstock

                      If you're a lefty looking for an unusual guitar, this would be a good choice. $550 including shipping in the US. Comes with the hard case. There are no dings that I'm aware of, there's a small screw hole on the back (where a strap button was placed?).


                      I have a righty of this exact guitar, and will vouch, it is the BOMB. As crazy as it looks, it is a tone monster.
                      <div class="signaturecontainer">Good deals with - Yarbicus, CBH5150, BozzofAngels, Alvin Wilson, Harris Quinn<br />
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                      • #12
                        Highway 1 Telecaster, Schaller locking tuners, generic tweed case, $550 shipped CONUS.
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                        He hunted alligators for a livin,<br />
                        He just knocked 'em in the head with a stump.<br />
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                        Member Squier Army!<br />
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                        Good traders:<br />
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                        d_dave_c, theAntihero, knucklechutz</div>

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                        • #13
                          Been considering a baritone for my selection of guitars. If anyone has one they're looking to unload for cheap-ish, let me know/message me!

                          I have an EHX Deluxe Memory Boy that I'd like to trade for Fulltone OCD or similar OD pedal.

                          Also, unloading my Strat for sure this time. I just don't like playing it very often and not a fan of Strat tones. I was thinking $500 or so or a trade for a baritone.

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                          • #14
                            Comes with Gigbag and all papers. Like new ....

                            $545 + Shipping

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                            • #15
                              Agile Ghost on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/140765966877?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p39 84.m1555.l2649#ht_778wt_922

                              <div class="signaturecontainer">Great Transactions thread: <a href="http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showpost.php?p=40724633&amp;postcount=167" target="_blank">http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...&amp;postcount=167</a></div>

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