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Concord 3 - project

Post by grogg on Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:49 pm

Looks like it needs a lot of work to setup to me let alone the finish, starting bid of 150 counts me out.Concord

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by Westbone on Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:47 pm

Do you reconize this-------
http://forum.westoneguitars.net/technical-f3/concord-iii-pots-trem-and-whammy-advice-t1581.htm

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by norfolkngood on Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:14 pm

Good link Westbone, don't know what we'd do without you & Thorn.

Can't possibly advise others what they should do but the "Conchord" (not my spelling) starts at 150. And the unmolested Thunder II which Westbone has on UK ebay starts at 175 and has MMKs. As a snivel servant wondering if I'll still have a job in the new year I guess I won't be bidding on either. But if I did have any GAS tokens there's only one of these which would get my bidding finger twitching

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by grogg on Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:31 pm

Thought it had a familiar ring Westbone.
As an industial slave I dont know if I have a job on Monday let alone Christmas, but what the heck, same every week.

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by fret_burn on Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:02 am

Too much? What do you think it is worth then?

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by grogg on Wed Nov 10, 2010 7:20 pm

Sorry dont know.

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Re: Concord 3 - project

Post by norfolkngood on Thu Nov 11, 2010 4:17 am

As with anything else for sale by auction on ebay, it's worth what the highest bidder offers for it. If no bids above starting price, it means no-one wants it at that price.

If you don't get a buyer and decide to re-list, it would be worth checking the completed listings for the same make/ model. From memory there have been a few Concords sold lately.

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