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For sale - Korean Squier Telecasters (2)

 
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:39 pm    Post subject: For sale - Korean Squier Telecasters (2)  Reply with quote

Having finally realized that my chances of fronting a kick-ass rock ‘n’ roll band are non-existent, it’s time to say goodbye to my trusty Squier Telecasters, so eyes down for a bargain. They are both black Korean models, which are highly-regarded in the trade, but in very different cosmetic states – one is in excellent condition, almost all original, and has been set up by the good ladies at Strung Out Guitars, Glasgow, for 11-guage strings. Everything works as it should and it comes with a new Stagg hard case – I’m looking for £150 for this one, which is a bit of a steal really. The other looks like a dog’s dinner, having been “reliced” by a previous owner, but the electrics are sound and it plays fine – this has also been set up for 11s and has spent its life in DADGAD. It comes with a bog-standard gig bag and can be yours for the ridiculous sum of £100 – I hate to use the “C” word, but either (or both) would make a very tasty present for a musically-minded friend.
Feel free to drop me a line at tartanred@btinternet.com, should you need any more info, and you’re welcome to pop over to East Kilbride, if you would like to try them out. There’s also a nice little Behringer GM110 Vintager 30-watt amp, which I could be persuaded to throw-in as part of a package – I’m looking for £40 for that on its own, if interested. Thanks for looking.


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