Two Electric Guitars, $250-350.

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Two Electric Guitars, $250-350.

Post by SlowJoe » Sat Nov 17, 2018 2:15 pm

Three electric guitars, $250-350

Putting for sale my small collection. Completely lost the desire to play anymore so these just sit.




First one is a rare Yamaha RGS112P from Japan. Getting very hard to find now, and this was the guitar I’d “never sell”. But I never play anymore, so I’d rather it go to someone who can appreciate and use it.




Setup like a fat strat, has a Duncan humbucker at the trem and two unknown (probably original) single coil pickups at the middle and neck. All the electronics were redone (tone pots and 5 way switch) and it’s ready to play.

Very easy to play, fair condition, has some fading on the tuning machines and trem. Shown without strings, will come with a new set of Dean Markely Blue Steels.

Asking $250






Second guitar, my Washburn. Completely forgot the model name.




Paid $390 for it at Madison Music Centre, and then installed a new set of EMG 81/85 active pickups. Plenty of EMG videos on youtube to give you an idea of the sound.

Comes with extra circuit board for the pickups and some parts as well like connectors, etc.

Not much else to say, great condition, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking.

Asking $350, comes with a little gig bag and new set of strings (Genuine Ernie Ball slinkies).





Third “guitar” is just a body and neck (no electrics or other hardware). It’s an LTD, which is a generic beginners guitar.

$30.



Willing to trade (full or partially) for a moto / small scooter. Doesn’t need to be the prettiest or run great, but must at least have papers.

Cheers,
SlowJoe
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Re: Two Electric Guitars, $250-350.

Post by SlowJoe » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:53 pm

These are still available. Willing to entertain offers or trades.
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