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Everything gone except for the two Floyd's

Washburn Dealers Section / Re: Washburn Dime tremolos,shirts,gig bag,strap
« on: September 30, 2014, 01:44:24 PM »
Email sent!

Washburn Dealers Section / Washburn Dime tremolos,shirts,gig bag,strap
« on: September 29, 2014, 11:46:28 PM »
Washburn Dime XL coin shirt,new in wrapper $100.00 shipped (Second picture is just for reference of what the shirt looks like)

Randall X2 XL shirt,new never worn $60.00 shipped

Washburn Dime gig bag in nice condition $75.00 shipped

Washburn 600 and washburn speedloader.The 600 has some pitting on the chrome but should clean up good and the speedloader is in real nice shape.$45.00 shipped for the 600 and $65.00 shipped for the speedloader

Washburn camo strap,new $20.00 shipped

That's probably a pretty rare 333 with it having the white headstock binding.I think yours is the second one I ever ever seen like that and I have seen a ton of them! That's for sure not the right trem but if you decide you want to put the correct one on it I do have one that I will sell.

General Discussion / Re: Need Help With Info on Dime 3 Dimebolt
« on: April 03, 2014, 12:22:19 AM »
Nice guitar! Here is the break down of the serial number.99 means it's a 1999 model. 04 means it was built in April and the 003 is the build number,although I am not exactly sure if that means the third one built that month or that year,etc??
As for the rarity I couldn't tell you how many were built but I can say it is one of the more common USA models
As for price I have seen them sell for around $800 in rough condition to $2,000 + in good condition.
Hope this helps  ;)

General Discussion / Re: Facebook Page for Dime Owners here.
« on: September 16, 2013, 10:07:16 PM »
I can't remember now how I did it when I first started that page.I am not much of a Dean fan so I doubt I added anything related to Dean on it.

General Discussion / Re: Facebook Page for Dime Owners here.
« on: September 06, 2013, 11:40:50 PM »
Is that your page? Whoever's page it is I wish them good luck because I made a similar page about a year ago and although it has over 130 likes not one person besides me and a friend of mine have posted their guitars up.Also if somebody does post one up it only shows up as a picture link so you or whoever owns the page will have to repost the pictures so they can be seen easily.Here is mine

Signature Series / Re: Can anyone please identify which model I have.
« on: June 27, 2013, 04:44:41 AM »
Yeah man you should keep it! I originally bought mine to resale but after I got it I really liked it so I am keeping mine also.

Signature Series / Re: Can anyone please identify which model I have.
« on: June 24, 2013, 04:30:16 AM »
That's a nice looking guitar! What you have is a 332 model and it's not a knockoff.From what I have read the very early built 332's did not come with serial numbers.Another thing that tells yours is an early built guitar is the barbwire on the headstock decal is flat on one end instead of pointed on both ends like the newer ones.Here is a picture of my 332 that's all original and you can see there is no serial number on it also!

Announcements & News / Re: Dime3stsl slimebolt 10th anniversary
« on: June 23, 2013, 11:27:53 PM »
That is awesome! I just wonder where the rest of the guitar is?



Dear thomas201020,

Thank you for your interest, and your data.
I feel, to be in the spirit of data sharing, that it should be pointed out that a Dean version of this same guitar (with inferior humbuckers, etc and without the case) goes for $1200.00 at Guitar Center.
I stand behind the appraisal, however, I do really appreciate your enthusiasm and support.

- marlaw462011
                               Here was the response back.   Tom.  :)
He sent me the exact same message! I agree with you also,I think he knows what it's worth and he is hoping somebody that doesn't know the real value of it buys it.

I just messaged him also (in a nice way) and told him what I thought it was worth. I have to admit I did get good deals on my USA models but I never paid even close to his starting bid for any of mine!

Washburn Dealers Section / WTB Washburn stamped Schaller tremolo
« on: May 14, 2013, 10:05:01 PM »
I am looking for a black Schaller tremolo with the Washburn logo on it like on the USA Dime guitars.Thanks

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