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Discussion in 'Dealers & Group Buys' started by Joe Harvatt, Jan 9, 2014.
flamed koha....my new favorite top
jesus christ what a noob.
Harvested in Iceland, it is the native cousin to Koa, recognisable by its natural snow white colour.
Side note, that's one of my top 5 favorite Daems ever. Someone snagging this?
It's not going to be me, but you know what moron to go ask for it. For me I'd be a little bit scared because Max moved it in like a day after he first got it. Not sure what the deal was.
Probably didn't like how that Evertune bridge sucked the life out of that koha top.
Where the hell is that being mis-advertised? Poor Cimmerian 7...
Is Sarah just trying to unload an ex-boyfriend's guitar? Or is she clearing out her deployed husband's junk?
bad enough the dependas steal our $, now they steal our guitars
what is she asking for it? i really don't need another 7....holding out for a 6er
It's actually her husband using her profile... she's in an australian high-end guitars fb page and he regularly posts crap all the time from her profile and is quite aggressive and immature. That said he regularly posts NGDs of high end guitars (trussart, GMP, Mayones), so it's weird that he got the specs so wrong on that post
So Rex Mori is back for sale in the music exchange group. 3500$
Yea, but sold last month for ~$2700 + ship. #fuckflippers
Thats the same guy that listed it earlier in the month for $3600 that I posted about. It is a straight up flip, same guy who bought it for $2700. I clicked on his facebook page, he is friends with a lot of the WG regulars. Makes me wonder if there is something else behind the scenes with that "for sale group". I'm all for people making money with smart business, but this is just BS. Exactly the stuff Dylan was talking about when he was auctioning one of his shop builds a while back
^^ I'm also friends with a lot of the WG regulars (I think), so I wouldn't read into it. No conspiracy theories needed to explain people being greedy.
Indeed. The fact is that flippers wouldn't do what they do if they couldn't make a profit. If they see that the guitars from one brand are being sold for less than what the market will bear, they see that as an opportunity to profit from the "market correction." It may be morally questionable (to say the least), but it's a) obviously profitable, and b) quite legal.
Silverburst sparkle flat-top is up on Reverb for $4200.
went to look and was shocked to see 3 daemoness for sale...