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PostPosted: Tue 25 Nov 2008 08:29 AM 
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I would love to be able to send both of you some bucks for this, but I'm out of work right now, plus, I already have 2 guitars that I'm in the process of painting, and 2 more in the prep stages. It seems to be taking me an awful long time to get these done. If I took on another one, it would be a long time before I could show any results. I'm sure Jorg will do a great job.

Does anyone remember the trans yellow, long scale CS-350 that I had a couple of years ago? Probably not, but I ended up selling that one to a friend after I fixed it up. I'm really missing that guitar. I think I might ask him to sell it back to me.


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I have too many irons in the fire too. That and I might play once a week for 10 to 15 minutes so the guitar would never get done here.

I do remember the long scale CS, if possible do get it back. I sold one of mine a long long time ago and got it back.

The site has not cost me anything in almost 3 years now. I couldn't accept anything.

JB is just too freakin stubborn. :x :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue 25 Nov 2008 10:33 PM 
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Thanks for the kind words gentlemen.

And thanks to all you guys who share your wisdom on all things guitars
(and sometimes motorcycles) :lol:

Some of us don't realize how much work it takes to fix up a guitar
until the job gets underway.

Then we might even regret starting a project when a box of parts that was once a really nice guitar,
stares back at us as we pass it on the way to the garage.

Re-stringing a guitar is an all day project for me.

Not because its so hard, but because I enjoy cleaning and conditioning the fret board
and setting the intonation, then polishing that bad boy before I blast off into heaven.


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