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well... its yours do with it what you will.
yes i have seen this:
BTW a few years ago they changed Proto to Pro. Same model idea cutting edge modification of classic designs.
There should be a bar code sticker under the pickguard, and other marks in the neck pocket as well as possible stamps on heel and bottom of neck...
Perhaps it is a long con. I perhaps am more skeptical than most, but why all the personal data that has nothing to do with the guitar. You find...
hngd its a beaut there clark.
walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, sounds like a duck, it sure isn't Captain Kangaroo.
$56 if you ship
Red I see olive drab.
A relative of mine who tries to sell my guitar would suddenly become an ex relative.
model and finish would help us address.
Two guitars at one time:
that other than wood and fixtures all the electric part of that electric guitar has been gutted
Three issues you need to confirm.
1. The type tuners currently installed.
2. The size, ie US, Metric, import.
3. Bushing and post size.
I usually find the key in the pocket with the rest of the case candy. All of them are the same.
This is my issue with this logic, and why I say get the wood chipper. Fake guitars cheapen the brand by sullying the name of the actual brand....
Suspicion - caster
with that shenaigans I would buy a reissue and take a nice vacation when we are out of Coronateen
tree wood as opposed to Iceberg Lettuce wood.
The same can be said for some foot pedals if you leave them plugged in the circuit is live in bi-pas or active.
Having had multiples of both, they are both great guitars but each one must be judged on its own merit. The 65 has markedly different pickups...
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