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Author Topic: WTB - Washburn - Boogie Street Guitars - "Boogiebolt" - S1, S2 or USA  (Read 2074 times)

Offline WarpedX1

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Hey guys,

I'm trying to hunt down a Boogiebolt, either series 1 (blue flame maple top with abalone lightning bolts), series 2 (black top with abalone lightning bolts) or a USA made Boogiebolt. I'm in the UK so I know I'm going to have to find one internationally and am willing to pay postage. If anyone is looking to sell theres or knows of one for sale please let me know.

First post on the forum so glad to join in the community.

Thanks!

Offline aggtex

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Re: WTB - Washburn - Boogie Street Guitars - "Boogiebolt" - S1, S2 or USA
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2014, 04:56:11 PM »
The USA ones are so expensive !!!

People who sell them want thousands .. they made 13 and usually see em sell for $8-$10k 
I know a few folks who have them
 

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I thought you may be interested in my Boogiebolt

http://rvrb.io/2007-boogiebolt-lws

Would love to sell it to someone in the forum.  All the best,

This is a rare Washburn BoogieBolt.  These Guitars were modeled after the Dimebag Signature Models and were sold exclusively through Boogie Street Guitars in Pittsburgh PA.  There were only 50 of these made and each one is stamped with its own individual number.  Iit comes complete with its original custom lined hardshell case.  T

It has a Black maple top, full body, neck, and headstock 5-ply binding and the top is inlayed with abalone lightening bolts.  It also has abalone inlays with the Boogie Street "Boogieman" logo inlayed on the first fret.

It is a completely stock guitar with a Floyd Rose Trem, a Dimebucker in the bridge, and a Seymour Duncan '59 in the neck position.  It also comes with its original Custom Lined Leopard Print Case AND CERTIFICATE of Authenticity signed by Numerous Members of the Washburn Guitars heads of state and Eric Mckenna of Boogie Street Guitars.  This Certificate has the actual Number of this guitar and is also in mint condition.

This thing absolutely screams but really is a piece of beabuty also.  It's been gently played and has basically no signs of wear.  It has its entire life in the case at my house.  It is now ready to go to new owner so please feel free to make offers!

Please check all of the photos and understand that there are only 50 of these made.  This guitar is owned by the members of the Dime estate, Jasin Todd of Shinedown, and Nick Catanese of Black Label Society to name a few.  You could be one of the few to own one.