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Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by mxxxpower on Tue Dec 22, 2009 2:14 pm

As the topic states, I am searching for a Westone Dimmension 4 - starburst body shape.

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Dimension IV

Post by bhoose on Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:30 am

Hi!

I have a Dimension IV - It is black and in perfect condition. Everything on guitar is original and I also have the original hardshell case.
I have had it for almost 20 years now and have only played it out once or twice. I know it's a screamer but I just have never really used it and would love to find a new appreciative home for it - let me know if you are still interested in getting one.

Bob


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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by boutjp97 on Sun Jan 10, 2010 1:07 am

Hey Bob, can we see some pics of your Dim IV? What is the serial from the back of the headstock?

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Steve777 on Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:23 am

Where abouts in the world are you Bob ?

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dimension IV

Post by bhoose on Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:46 am



Hi -

I live in the West Palm Beach (FL) area.

The serial number on the headstock is: 5020489



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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by mxxxpower on Sun Jan 10, 2010 11:25 am

Well...that is exactly what I am looking for, how much would you like to get for it?

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Dimension IV

Post by bhoose on Sun Jan 10, 2010 11:46 am

I'm hovering around the 600 area...... - it's a killer guitar and in perfect shape and there aren't many of them around. I actually hate to get rid of it but I just don't use it (I'm more of a Les Paul kinda guy)

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 11, 2010 3:50 pm

Hello and welcome Bhoose and Mxxxpower.

Nice Dimension you have there Bhoose.


Could I ask you guys to conduct any wheeling and dealing via the private messaging service on the forums rather than discussing any details of a potential sale within the thread?

Thanks and Good Luck to you both!

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Dimension IV

Post by Paul2010 on Tue Feb 02, 2010 6:10 am

Hi -

I came across your question while looking for info on the Westone
Dimension IV because in a week or so I'm going to be selling a brand
new one (due to very unfortunate circumstances, it was played for only
a few hours in total, and since 1985 it's been in its hard case in the
corner of the bedroom) on eBay in the UK. If you are interested in one
of these guitars (mine is the off-white with the red bolt), or know anyone who is, email me and I will let you
know when I post the ad.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by norfolkngood on Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:34 pm

If anyone is looking for a Dimension, there's a Dim IV on the 'bay at the moment.... all the way from Ireland.

Check out item 200435692105

Find yer own headband and spandex!

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Paul2010 on Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:01 am

What's the difference between my message about a guitar for sale and other people's messages on here about buying or selling? If you're going to moderate, please try to be less patronising, act like an adult instead of a 12-year-old who's been asked to look after something, and generally stop acting like an asshole

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by silence86 on Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:16 am

I have no idea how old you exactly are, but you should have already learned not to offend people in a forum...

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Warrn on Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:22 am

Paul, considering the forum rules are to make any personal deals through PMs, none of us here have any idea if you've gotten any offers or not. Besides that, there seem to be a lot of people wanting that specific model right now, so how is it offensive for multiple examples being sold to be posted? Calm down.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Barry on Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:35 am

Paul2010 wrote:What's the difference between my message about a guitar for sale and other people's messages on here about buying or selling?
The difference is that you are actively negotiating a sale publicly in the "Wanted" forum, which is the wrong place and not in accordance with the forum rules. The other post is simply a link to an off site seller (eBay in this case). Technically it should have appeared in the eBay, etc. forum but the member was being courteous in providing a lead to obtain the requested guitar which otherwise may not have been seen.

...act like an adult instead of a 12-year-old..
Exactly. Heed your own words.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by bobroberts on Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:57 am

as harry hill would say, "there's only one way to settle this"....

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Guest on Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:16 pm

Paul2010 wrote:What's the difference between my message about a guitar for sale and other people's messages on here about buying or selling? If you're going to moderate, please try to be less patronising, act like an adult instead of a 12-year-old who's been asked to look after something, and generally stop acting like an asshole
Excuse me?

Might I just ask, to whom are you calling an asshole?

If by any chance you are referring to me, since I am the Moderator on these forums, I would suggest that,
A: You apologise because you did not mean to be rude as you were suffering from PMT at the time...
B: Don't bother posting in the forums if you can't abide by the rules.

As Barry so rightly pointed out, you posted in the wrong forum and any sales should be conducted through the PM service, thus adhering to the forum rules.

I will not tolerate rudeness or blatant flouting of the forum rules under any circumstances and if necessary, I will have offending members removed from the forums.

I hope this clarifies matters for you.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Paul2010 on Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:01 am

In answer to your question, yes I was calling you an asshole. And no I won't apologise, because it was neither an error nor a misjudgemet. Nor will I be posting or reading anything else on (or even revisiting) this pathetic excuse for a forum for adults (not schoolchildren) to exchange point of view, information etc without having some jumped-up schoolmistress wagging haer finger and tut-tutting "naughty, naughty" when someone steps 'out of line'.

And for all the other people who post and read here, don't forget to eat all your vegetables, be in bed before 10pm, say your prayers every night and don't use horrible, deeply offensive words like 'damn' 'bloody' and 'guitar for sale'.

Cheers everyone. Sleep well. Rock and... er...roll!

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Barry on Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:23 am

There's no substitute for manners at the dinner table, and no excuse for not following the posted rules of etiquette that you agreed to when you signed up for a public forum.

Good riddance to a self-important, over indulgent, spoiled little brat.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by DuoFuzz on Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:38 pm

What a complete prick! Nothing like throwing all your toys out the pram, eh.

All you had to do was put your guitar in the "For Sale" section. If you were replying to the original post here in the "Wanted" section either private message the guy, or at least say what you got here and point people in the direction of your ad in the "For Sale" section and leave it at that.

As for the rules, if potential sellers and buyers want to talk money ("I want $$$ much, $$$ is my final offer"...etc) as the rules state it should be done away from public view. It's the same for phone numbers, addresses or meeting places. It's not difficult to get your head around is it.

Taking the piss out of the moderators because you don't like the rules (the rules you agreed to when you signed up!) is completely out of order, keep your hissy fit to yourself and disappear if you don't like it.

Anyway, good luck with the childish foot stamping temper tantrum problem you clearly have, now get your head out of your ass and rock off somewhere else, you won't be missed.

DAN.


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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Warrn on Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:35 pm

Geez, some people clearly don't know how to interact with others.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by boutjp97 on Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:03 pm

OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! I'm going to tell Mrs. Polly on you Paul! You're in so much trouble now.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by corsair on Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:34 pm

The world is better without dickheads like that, for sure.....

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by grogg on Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:47 pm

Well handled Polly.
Made me laff tho, self centred fart is my impression.

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Re: Looking for a Dimension 4

Post by Guest on Tue Feb 16, 2010 10:28 pm

OMG!

What a pathetic excuse for a human being, good riddance to him! We don't need idiots like that around these forums! If I was ever to come face to face with this guy, I would take great delight in shoving his extremely pointy guitar up his pompous little ass!

Thanks to all of you as well for your support, it means one hell of a lot to me that I have you all there on my side - you are the best!

Thanks chaps!
I love you all!


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insulting my wife

Post by Bluesman on Wed Feb 17, 2010 12:38 pm

Insult my wife and I'll tear you another arsehole... dont f*** with me, arsehole

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