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You guys are lucky with all your fantastic craigslist finds. Nothing here but pages of

"AWEZOME FENDER STRATACASTER!!!1!!" - click on picture -> Squire.

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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

You guys are lucky with all your fantastic craigslist finds. Nothing here but pages of

"AWEZOME FENDER STRATACASTER!!!1!!" - click on picture -> Squire.

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eh, the spare WH10 I'm eyeing is out of Orange County, and I'm in NYC.
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

eh, the spare WH10 I'm eyeing is out of Orange County, and I'm in NYC.

Oh - nationwide searches. That will surely bring up some good stuff. Can't imagine scanning through the goodies on the Nashville CL.
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Found this shitty plywood cabinet loaded with some old looking speakers behind a pile of firewood today. Can anybody tell me if they are worth keeping or should I just throw them out?

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I don't know about the speakers, but that's sure not plywood.
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My bad biggrin.gif Seems to be some cheap wood made for shelfing or something. The sides are warped etc:)
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Looks like cedar. Plug into it. How does it sound? If good keep, if not, throw out.
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When the look of a Marshall stack first became the rage, members of garage bands made huge speaker cabinets in shop class in H.S. Of course they were filled with crappy speakers and they covered them with cheap black vinyl and psychedelic colored fabrics for speaker cloth. The speakers were then connected to an existing amp as an extension speaker, cranked up and had a muffled distorted sound that was actually kind of cool. There can be a certain charm to the sound of shitty speakers for some music.
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awwww hell yeah pup selector knob

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As much as I hate pre-distressing it would look better if you could have gotten it that way given the rest of the guitar. This means you got to play it and beat it up a bit to make it consistent. smile.gif
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Did this w/ a few hours on Saturday. Going to be putting in the new harness and pups over the next few weeks as they trickle in.

What guitar is that and what pups/guts are you putting in?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

As much as I hate pre-distressing it would look better if you could have gotten it that way given the rest of the guitar. This means you got to play it and beat it up a bit to make it consistent. smile.gif

bitch that will happen. I play that one significanly more than that strat, and it's bound to be abused.
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That switch tip is a cross between a machined hot rod part and an erect nipple. The perfect combo I'd say.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

What guitar is that and what pups/guts are you putting in?

Epiphone Dot Deluxe, 2002, Korea
Stock stuff coming out -

New going in - 4 500K Alpha pots (for push-pull), Paper-in-oil caps.
Bridge: Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates
Bridge: Seymour Duncan '59 Classic
Gibson classic Bell Knobs

Phase two is putting on a Gold Bigsby B7 and maybe the tuners (although I've had no issues with them thus far)
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