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FS: Edwards, MJT, MotorAve guitars.

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1) 2014 Edwards E-LP-115-LTS-RE Jimmy Page model, bought from Japan as a leftover, 8 lbs, 2-3 hrs playing time. $900 shipped

2) 2015 MJT Strat heavy relic, USACG neck, Fred Stuart 60's set p'ups, CTS, CRL, all nitro, Lake Placid Blue, 7 lbs 8 oz, Fender tweed case $SOLD

3) Early MotorAve LeMans, white nitro, single P90, Soft Stop tailpiece, G&G case, 6 lbs 11 oz, these are $4000 with a 15-20 month wait, $3000 + shipping

NO TRADES, Lower 48 States, PayPal G&S

 

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Man,

I could literally drive down the road an hour and pick that Edwards up. That is kool. 

Somebody buy that thing!!

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1 hour ago, 0054 said:

Man,

I could literally drive down the road an hour and pick that Edwards up. That is kool. 

Somebody buy that thing!!

You really should (at least go play it).  I have its twin that's about eight years older.  They are a killer guitar and not just, "for the money", but really nice period.  They are just a great deal on top of that.

GLWTS.

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Just got a T-51.

Shiskov on the way.

Boomerang, please send monopoly money, PRONTO!

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Ditto that!  I'm in the same boat on #44.  I'll see if I can raid the board game cabinet for you!  :)

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mucho gracias!

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If it's a stock Edwards, JP model it should have P/P pots and will have a small circuit board in the control cavity they call a, "Super Circuit".

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1 hour ago, Boomerang~Junkie said:

If it's a stock Edwards, JP model it should have P/P pots and will have a small circuit board in the control cavity they call a, "Super Circuit".

Not necessarily. They make versions with and without the added circuitry.

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The 115 does NOT have the super circuit..guitar is as new.

 

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I'm sorry for the bad information, I sit corrected.  I forgot Edwards does make a JP relic model that has standard wiring and no Super Circuit.  

I had temporary HUA - head now extracted.  :)

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Regardless, the Edwards is a kick a$$ guitar with the regular or super switching. The price is great, and Demented is a fine chap to deal with, I've had many good transactions with him.

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If you have never a MotorAve, you have missed out. I've played some nice stuff but holy shiznit my MotorAve is...

..you just need to play one.

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20 hours ago, polara said:

If you have never a MotorAve, you have missed out. I've played some nice stuff but holy shiznit my MotorAve is...

..you just need to play one.

Mark's shop is barely a five minute drive from mine, I've still never played one. The only ones I've ever seen in person are somewhere in the build process. I don't think he even owns one of his own guitars. 

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1 hour ago, Stike said:

Mark's shop is barely a five minute drive from mine, I've still never played one. The only ones I've ever seen in person are somewhere in the build process. I don't think he even owns one of his own guitars. 

He seems to be a nice guy. You should say hi. We've corresponded some and he's definitely a laid-back crafty guy. I have one of his early ones, number 0004 and it's got a neck like a baseball bat, really resonant, the most "vintage" feel of anything I've played in that it has a worn-i, comfy vibe. I am sure DEMENTED's guitar also has that "built" thing happening.

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4 hours ago, polara said:

He seems to be a nice guy. You should say hi. We've corresponded some and he's definitely a laid-back crafty guy. I have one of his early ones, number 0004 and it's got a neck like a baseball bat, really resonant, the most "vintage" feel of anything I've played in that it has a worn-i, comfy vibe. I am sure DEMENTED's guitar also has that "built" thing happening.

Mark and his wife Kate are really cool. We always talk about hanging out when we run into each other but never do. 

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All still available, this econo my sucks...

 

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Bump, MJT Strat is sold, Edwards is now $900 shipped.

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still available

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4 minutes ago, sled said:

Where was the Edwards made?

Japan

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Well....I wondered that myself. I bought it from Japan, and I know Edwards is part of ESP. I know they have factories in Japan and China. I searched the interwebz and came away without a definitive answer. I read that some Edwards are milled up in the Chinese factory then sent to Japan to be sprayed and have the hardware installed and set up. I read some of the higher end stuff is all done in ESP Japan. The Navigator line is also by ESP and I think is a step up from the Edwards and is MIJ. I have also seen Edwards "Custom Shop" stuff with real flame maple tops, nitro finishes and such. I know my guitar is from 2014 so wherever they built the 2014 Edwards models is where it was made....

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13 hours ago, DEMENTED said:

Well....I wondered that myself. I bought it from Japan, and I know Edwards is part of ESP. I know they have factories in Japan and China. I searched the interwebz and came away without a definitive answer. I read that some Edwards are milled up in the Chinese factory then sent to Japan to be sprayed and have the hardware installed and set up. I read some of the higher end stuff is all done in ESP Japan. The Navigator line is also by ESP and I think is a step up from the Edwards and is MIJ. I have also seen Edwards "Custom Shop" stuff with real flame maple tops, nitro finishes and such. I know my guitar is from 2014 so wherever they built the 2014 Edwards models is where it was made....

I get the same results from the web. Everything I read tells me they are great guitars. 

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