Tempting!

Bad Penguin

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I saw the 65, and my eyes went straight to the screwed up headstock sanding, and immediately looked away. ESPECIALLY at 1550!
The 73…. Might be better, but I could never gel with the electronic cavity plastic.
 

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I have to be honest, cool finds. But I wouldn’t spend my money on either. Not that there are terrible, but I am always assessing what my money “could” get me.

from what I hear, the world is in bad shape. Instrument’s usually fair better than the market. But curious where prices go in the coming months
 

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Seriously ?

I prefer a nice pre - 2000 SG or a cool Limited Edition like this 1998 Natural Burst SG Standard, $1300

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Yes, the price is of course way off, I was only looking at the guitar and what I could do with it. The second one is not for me at all because I can't understand why you would front route an SG (or any guitar for that matter) and just think it looks ugly with that cover holding the knobs. The first one has a "Make an offer" so the listed price is not to be taken seriously.
 


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