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This one is new.
I don't know if Guitar Center ships international....
"Upgraded" MIM Strats don't sell for anymore than stock MIM Strats and they are often harder to sell.
New the MIA Strat would have sold for about...
For the most part I don't like them either.
Definitely prefer parchment over mint.
Looking at the pictures, the USA is worth a bit more than your MIMs combined.
No you are not being overly generous.
The 2004 is worth maybe $400, probably sell for less. The Partscaster sounds to me to be a MIM Standard,...
$400 is giving it away.
I would pass on that guitar with the crack at that price.
I thought it was a good documentary, well worth seeing.
Yes a partscaster is easier, but parts are not cheap.
That's not what most people consider a partscaster.
Sandwiching wood together and installing frets.
A partscaster does not start with wood.
I don't see anyway to build an "amazing" partscaster for $400.
Raising my hand!
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The block on the early MIM Standards is absolutely the best upgrade for the money you can do on those guitars.
The pre-2006 Standards have a very...
My 2008 has rolled edges.
IIRC that change happened in 2008.
That's the way I remember it.
Years back I was watching a Blues Competition at my local Guitar Center, players had a choice of playing through about 3-4 different amps. The...
Or chalk one up for some Crates sounding better than people give the credit for.
Very nice! enjoy!
On modern guitars (American Performer and Professional, Mexican Player and Deluxes) the American neck is slightly wider and has rolled fingerboard...
There are plenty of things that can be done to be environmentally friendly, anything related to guitars is a minuscule part of any problem and...
The closest I can think of is the American Special.
They were made in Olympic White for some years.
The only criteria of yours it doesn't meet are...
That statement is an acknowledgment of the fact there are counterfeit Pre-CBS Fenders. It isn't really affected by how many were produced.
No they don't.
Fender replaced the Mexican Classic line with the Vintera line, they raised prices.
Fender replaced the American made Specials with...