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  1. Yeah the fastest sale I have had. A semi-local sale. Drove a little over an hour last night to meet half way and sold to a young college student who played jazz licks on it. Super surprised in that nothing sells quickly around here.
  2. For Sale or Trade is a USA 1976 Guild Starfire IV. This is definitely a players grade guitar. As you you look at the pictures Access panels have been cut in the back but has some cool custom panels to cover. Neck binding is gone due to what I am pretty sure is a refret I think it has been recently because frets are in great shape. The guitar was originally black but was stripped to a natural color. The hb-1 pickups are original and have been wired to allow coil tapping/or splitting not sure which. It is actually very useful with the bridge full humbucker and neck split it has a beautiful piano
  3. Hi thanks guys always a supportive group here. I just sold this guitar and would like to delete this thread. I have never been able to figure out how to delete classified thread. Is this possible? Can you tell me how?
  4. Grosh Electrajet Custom (not the standard) in excellent condition. I really cannot find a ding or scratch, perhaps a small amount of swirling in sunlight but really clean. I love the G90's which are Don Grosh's P90's. These pickups do beautiful clean, nice and chimey, you can get some grit, and full on raunch, you decide. The neck is nice and full, not mammoth but definitely feels a little more than medium.Thick rosewood fret board. Frets are stainless and wonderful feeling, with hot dog ends.The body is very ergonomic, the guitar on my scale weighs 7 pounds 12 ounces.As you can see that the t
  5. I did say i was open to offers 😉. I will keep it mind and hope for a little more 😊 might go for a trade plus cash either way depending . Cash is king tho.
  6. This guitar is in excellent condition. Pretty much all custom made when Vox came up with this guitar as their flagship model in the late 2000's. Really unique and super versatile. With the pickup switching you can get a ton of different tones. Lot's of info on the internet concerning these guitars most of it super positive. Neck is on the thinner side. Guitar is in excellent condition with a little swirling in the sunlight. Open to possible trades, I could add a lot of cash if it was towards a Gibson es-335 or Prs DGT. I might consider other guitars but would prefer to sell in that it would pu
  7. Hamer is sold. Vox Virage still available and price lowered. Feel free to make offers.
  8. Vox Virage Excellent condition, only scratching on film of pickguard, and a little swirling while twisting in the light. Great Japanese made guitar by Vox who really wanted to put forth an upscale guitar to break into the market about 12 years ago. Totally designed from the ground up by Rick Lazner who has designed many great guitars for many companies. Everything is basically custom built for this guitar. Virtually no aftermarket parts, the Dimarzio pickups were custom built for this guitar. Pickup can switch from single coil, to P-90 sounds, to humbucker with a flip of the toggle switch. Lig
  9. There are a few things non-traditional about this guitar. The curved body to fit around the player, the pickups and their switching to get an amazing amount of tones. The routing on the inner body to reduce feedback, keep good pick attack, but keep the warmth of a semi/hollow body. As well as several other custom features unique to this guitar. Still open to cash or other electrics feel free to reach out with ideas.
  10. It is definitely a well thought out guitar. Vox really put some time and money into this line. I still scratch my head why these did not take off. Probably too much R&D and it was difficult to recoup the cost. Construction of these couldn't have been cheap either. Every setting has totally usable sounds, my favorites are the P-90 settings. Just the right amount of pop and string to string definition. Guitar player reviewed this guitar when it first came out. In the interview with Rick Lasner said he wanted the Virage to have it's own sound. I would say he achieved this. To me it defenitely
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