Members bengerm77 Posted January 29, 2010 Members Share Posted January 29, 2010 So I went to GC to buy some new hardware for my drum set. I meander my way around the store until I come up to the used guitars section. I've been here a few times before, and for the last couple of months there was always an 80s Kramer pacer in some wacky 80s color. I was remarking to my friend (who went with me that day) that the price had been dropped by a couple of hundred dollars, but still was not at a market level price. A man who must have been in his 50s stepped in behind us. "I have an old Kramer that I could sell to you." I turned to look at him: "oh really, how much?" He tells me the price is $400 - fifty dollars below the price that I said was fair market value. He goes on describing the guitar to me, and it is everything that I could want it to be. He gives me his number, and walks out of the store. I continued onto my initial task. Later, I called him and he met me at his house and sold me the guitar. The result is to be depicted tomorrow when I can get my hands on a camera. In summary, an old guy walked up to me in GC and offered his guitar for almost half the price of one I was looking at on the wall, in excellent condition for it's age. I now own a 1984 red Kramer Pacer Deluxe. It looks like this but with a humbucker in the bridge: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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