Kind of limited edition with the benefit of hindsight?It's only one of 123,432, give or take, made.. so after those there are no more... better hurry ..
‘Scuse me for asking but, description aside, why is a reasonable US Strat now a POS?Its rare to find someone with large enough stones to ask that much for a POS like that.
Yeah, I'm actually a Manc, living in Brum. I'll be honest, I don't know what the locals call 'em, but based on their physical condition, 'plod' would be apt, since that's about top speed for them."The busys", LMAO. My partner calls them that and she's a Brummie. But here in Scotland you mean the "Polis" surely laddie! .
‘Pump and dump’…………..sounds like an enemaClassic ‘pump & dump’…! I think the only thing that’s rare ~ is the seller
A POS is a POS regardless of the asking price. I think you’re meaning ‘not good value’, it doesn’t look to be too bad as a guitar.well considering the asking price, it's probably a Piece of petrified Dinosaur shi* ..
Hmmmm. This is a photo of my 1983 Emerald Green Stratocaster but I have one in black too, same year, with chrome instead of gold parts. Noiseless pickups and buttons instead of a slide pickup changer = 7 sounds.
Now, that makes it a rare guitar. Not too many of these about for sale these days either.
Trust me, when these were made the owners of Fender at that time were really trying hard to make a very good guitar.
When I was a kid (1950s) in the Eastend of London we called them "rossers"."The busys", LMAO. My partner calls them that and she's a Brummie. But here in Scotland you mean the "Polis" surely laddie! .