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Re: (TV) Re: TV guitar.....
It's now up to $4,500. Now that's insane. M T C
> From: Joe Hartley <email@example.com>
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> Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 13:27:24 -0500 (EST)
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> Subject: Re: (TV) Re: TV guitar.....
> "Raymond" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> $1500 might sound like a lot of dough but i think whoever eventually
>> buys it is getting the bargain of the century
> It's up to $1925 as I write this, and the reserve still hasn't been met.
> That's a hell of a lot more than I'd spend on a guitar! The only guitar
> I ever played that I thought justified a pricetag of over $1000 was a Taylor
> acoustic that practically played itself. If my wife hadn't been with me,
> I might have broken out the credit card and walked away with it - I was
> under its spell! That came after almost an hour in the Guitar Center's
> expensive acoustic room playing Martins and Guilds and the like, and being
> underwhelmed :)
> I never did get to the electric section where there were a few Rickenbackers
> beckoning me... I either would have been similarly entranced or crushed,
> as I've always longed for that Rick sound.
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