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 Post subject: CS-250 on Reverb
PostPosted: Mon 22 Jan 2024 03:50 PM 
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$250 free shipping. A good deal

https://reverb.com/item/77909794-aria-p ... padouk-red

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 Post subject: Re: CS-250 on Reverb
PostPosted: Mon 22 Jan 2024 03:52 PM 
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high E string on the nut looks a little funky

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The nut looks "a little funky"?
The whole head stock is filthy funky! :sick:

Honestly, why would you put this great guitar online with it looking like that? At least get a pair of wire cutters for cryin' out loud! :no:

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 Post subject: Re: CS-250 on Reverb
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Come on, you know its so cool to leave excess string on the tuner. Only squares cut them off... :rofl:

There is one "guitar player" that cuts them off at about 6 inches and doesn't coil them up... :toopid:

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Leaving the string ends long is just a disaster waiting to happen, everything from catching on the case/gig bag lining, to scratching up the headstock, to perforating the flesh in your hands and fingers! Bloody painful.

I once read that BB King used all the string length when changing his strings. He just continued winding, winding, winding and winding until it was all around the post. Problem solved, so what do I know?! :rofl:

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Barry wrote:
I once read that BB King used all the string length when changing his strings. He just continued winding, winding, winding and winding until it was all around the post. Problem solved, so what do I know?! :rofl:


I read that too... and wondered how someone can have that much patience when changing the strings. :lol:


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Crazy to think about it isn't it? :toopidlol:
But BB was an unusual dude.

It's an odd thing to not play while singing, but despite his iconic lead playing, he never learned chords!

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Wutz wrote:
Barry wrote:
I once read that BB King used all the string length when changing his strings. He just continued winding, winding, winding and winding until it was all around the post. Problem solved, so what do I know?! :rofl:


I read that too... and wondered how someone can have that much patience when changing the strings. :lol:


When your married... you have to have the patience !!! :roll: :toopid: :roll:

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Sages mots mon ami, sages mots!

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