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prestige 150

Post by caucajun on Fri Sep 05, 2008 9:21 pm

i'd love to get it for myself, but i'm still paying hurricane taxes. go git it, y'all!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160278157561&fromMakeTrack=true&ssPageName=VIP:Watchlink:middle:us


yer welcum!

edit: uh...huh, huh....durrr.....um.....already posted...i see.........duuuhhhh....

later!


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jeeez

Post by wullybee on Mon Sep 15, 2008 3:31 pm

Bright, shiny finish with plenty of buckle rash on the back

i love how he says that like it's a GOOD thing.....


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Re: prestige 150

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 15, 2008 4:15 pm

wullybee wrote:Bright, shiny finish with plenty of buckle rash on the back

i love how he says that like it's a GOOD thing.....

The guitar in question happened to belong to one of our senior and well respected members here and he was being honest in his description!

I would appreciate it if expletives were not used in these forums, regardless of how they are misspelled.

Thank you.

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did you notice the user ID?

Post by colt933 on Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:00 pm

It was not my intention to make 'plenty of buckle rash' sound like a good thing. I was trying to describe the condition of the finish in as few words as possible. The finish is beautiful except for the buckle rash on the back. Sorry.

Maybe the fact that it didn't sell or bid up above my reserve of $450 (what I paid a year ago) will make you happier, wullybee.

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Re: prestige 150

Post by corsair on Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:30 pm

wullybee wrote:Bright, shiny finish with plenty of buckle rash on the back

i love how he says that like it's a GOOD thing.....


Mate, there are far more constructive ways of drawing attention to a point than slinging epithets and sneering; perhaps you could take a lesson in civility by the fact that no-one had commented on it?
It's a shame that the web attracts the people who revel in the anonymity available to be offensive as well as the genuine aficionado - as a matter of interest, how many Westones do you own?

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ding! dang! doggit!

Post by caucajun on Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:39 pm

Crying or Very sad still paying off gustav.........cain't git it yet.........i cain't have a guitar without buckle rash.....i'd never play it for fear of being the first scratcher..........(keep it clean, now.......no vurgeon jokes, eh?) Laughing

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Re: prestige 150

Post by colt933 on Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:24 pm

caucajun wrote:Crying or Very sad i cain't have a guitar without buckle rash.....i'd never play it for fear of being the first scratcher..........(keep it clean, now.......no vurgeon jokes, eh?) Laughing

No doubt. I quit buying new guitars years ago. I can't stand taking the 'new' off of something.

BTW, it's a killer guitar. I don't know why it didn't sell. Maybe the slow economy?!?

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Re: prestige 150

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:31 pm

Hey there Caucajun,

caucajun wrote:(keep it clean, now.......no vurgeon jokes, eh?)

What's that about Vurgeons then??? scratch Is that 'Vurgeon' on the ridiculous by any chance? lol! lol! lol!

I know what you mean though mate, I'd be suspicious if a twenty odd year old guitar didn't have a bit of buckle rash! Colt was deadly honest in his description of his beautiful guitar and if he lived closer, I'd have bought it!
Wink

I hope old Gustav hasn't caused you too much pain in your wallet!
Shocked

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dearest pol'.......

Post by caucajun on Mon Sep 15, 2008 10:10 pm

Pollyanna wrote: pain in your wallet! Shocked


it only hurts when i laugh, pol' doll.............(altho'...i do SO love the attention Wink )



dear wulleebee,

jus' so's ya knows........we is all growned-up peeps here. feel free to be one of us and join the fun........no kid stuff...MMM'KAYYYY??? Very Happy

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Re: prestige 150

Post by colt933 on Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:33 am

It's out there again. Reserve is $450 as is the buy-it-now. This is a bargain on a rare and fine instrument (IMHO).

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Re: prestige 150

Post by colt933 on Mon Sep 22, 2008 4:46 pm

colt933 wrote:It's out there again. Reserve is $450 as is the buy-it-now. This is a bargain on a rare and fine instrument (IMHO).

It sold for the B-I-N.

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Re: prestige 150

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:31 pm

Well done Robert! Very Happy

I hope the new owner appreciates and enjoys it.
Smile

It's also one in the eye for all those sceptics out there who might have thought that it wasn't worth what you were asking for it!
Razz Laughing
IMHO it was well worth every penny, and then some! Wink

Nice one!
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Re: prestige 150

Post by ppc6mm on Mon Sep 22, 2008 7:57 pm

colt933 wrote:
colt933 wrote:It's out there again. Reserve is $450 as is the buy-it-now. This is a bargain on a rare and fine instrument (IMHO).

It sold for the B-I-N.

That was fast, glad you were able to get your asking price, from the pics it looks like you gave a good deal.....

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