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.....plus $10 s&h/ins usps....rosewood board......offset dot markers......6 inline, pointy.....no nut, no tuners.....a faint finish crack on back- 2 to 5 fret.....tiny crack by low e tuner.....a few extra holes in heel that were filled with wood putty.......frets fine....square big end....body ends just past fret 24...slight board overhang......headstock sanded.....it was for a project.....i got it that way......nice for a spare neck.....easy fix......you can email me if you like.....jim

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tomorrow, sunday, march 29- at the richfield quality inn.......on brecksville road.....route 21......always a gas.......!....... 10 to 4 .....................................[:D]

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.....oh, blimey- paris is ok....!......try and get authenticity.......!......don't obliterate it.....!!!!!!!!!!...........autographed axes are prized items.....!!!!!!!!!!!!...........i am sure her fan clubs would go crazy over this......just google her- and go from there......she and nicole were funny as 'ell in that tv series- road trip or the like........cherio, jim

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....yeah- for sure.....all the chaps who think bc rich nj was made in jersey.....and all the kramer plates, too.....once you get used to each company's plates, it all makes sense......who started that bit, i wonder.....?......jim

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Type of Bridge?
« on: November 05, 2008, 12:14:46 PM »
.......what about plating the chrome one with a gold plating kit....?.....i recall these on hsn......very inexpensive.......jim

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......anyone recall a 'zine ad with the chap playing one....?......they sent me a poster that i have somewhere......mid- eighties, i think.......

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Choosing a guitar
« on: October 16, 2008, 02:21:17 PM »
another alternative- guitar centers seem to have an unconditional 30 day return policy on anything.....this may even apply to musician's friend mail order......perhaps music go 'round offers the same deal.....cheerio, jim

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Choosing a guitar
« on: October 16, 2008, 02:17:23 PM »
hmmmmm- well, for me, the neck is the most important part of an axe.......everyone's neck preference is different.....so it is a gamble to buy any axe model if you know not the neck.....check your local craigslist every day......you may find a bargain washburn and can try it before buying it......jim

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / where are you from
« on: October 16, 2008, 02:11:45 PM »
.....right now- cleveland, ohio- 'better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.......cheerio, jim

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.....hope you didn't overpay.......at least it was japan.....so you got a good basic axe......9 years ago, i got a warlock from a maryland dealer.....poorly packed......with headstock lockers missing.....as well as the whole jack and jack plate.....i did get 14 bucks back by raising hell.....buying long distance is always a risk.......on ebay, i ask a lot of questions before bidding.......best of luck with the guitar......it just may turn out to be decent.........jim

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........either should be just fine....!......korean axes are cool.............yeah, the japan axe should be permanently marked japan somewhere on it.......most current korean axes are also permanently marked......although some 80's guitars had stickers......cheerio, jim

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / replacement tremlo?
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:39:38 PM »
....best way is to check it carefully and compare it with all the floyds on ebay.....measure the post distance- center to center........and also the string spacing- e to e.......before bidding on anything, ask for these exact measurements..... i seem to recall that ibanez is different from most......so best to avoid those......you should be able to find a good floyd type from 25 to 50 bucks........cheerio, jim

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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / I need HELP !!!!
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:33:22 PM »
.....i'll check through some 80's guitar 'zines....nah- i've never seen another brand with red trim......a prototype washburn, maybe.....?......jim

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.....check out makin' music at pearl and snow in parma.....you can put up an ad there......tell 'em brother jim sent you......lots of cool guitars.....!.......cheerio......

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hi- i swear i saw this axe in a cleveland store......!......jim

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