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    Mandolin addicted...So? Pete Counter's Avatar
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    I just won a gilchrist pick on the ebay.. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...:B:ONA:US:1157 . I dont know much about them except everyone who has one says they love em. I paid $11.00 + shipping, thats more than my beloved custom wegen, Did I pay too much? Will I love it forever? Or did I just buy the right to say I own a gilchrist and thats about it?

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    You didn't win it, you bought it! But now you can say you own a Gilchrist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Bunting View Post
    You didn't win it, you bought it! But now you can say you own a Gilchrist!
    I won the right to buy it. Nevertheless....I hope I like it or may show up in the classifieds next week.

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    Say Pete,
    Last edited by SternART; Mar-23-2009 at 12:29am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Bunting View Post
    You didn't win it, you bought it!
    never could understand the "win" thing either
    kinda scamish

    uhh Pete
    Gruhn sells them for $2 or $3
    both kinds
    and i thought THAT was steep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Lind View Post
    never could understand the "win" thing either
    kinda scamish

    uhh Pete
    Gruhn sells them for $2 or $3
    both kinds
    and i thought THAT was steep
    Every time I go to gruhn's I ask and they no got.

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    i was there for IBMA last year.
    guess i got lucky

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    Welcome to the Gilchrist owners club! :D
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    I got one from Steve. It's the right shape and feel.

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    I dont mind paying too much for a pick if I like it cuz I never lose a pick, I'll go through 3 or 4 dozen sets of $10 strings on the same pick so that dont bother me as long as I like the pick.

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    Default Re: Gilchrist Pick

    yeah, I've ordered them directly from Steve Gilchrist in the past for $10-12 for 3-4 picks; can't recall the exact cost/quantity but he does sell them direct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickinpete View Post
    I dont mind paying too much for a pick if I like it cuz I never lose a pick, I'll go through 3 or 4 dozen sets of $10 strings on the same pick so that dont bother me as long as I like the pick.
    me,
    i don't mind paying for Tomastiks
    but
    i lost the doggone Blue chip
    (i preferred the Dawgs anyhow)
    at least i won't loose the strings

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    Default Re: Gilchrist Pick

    this was an old post for sure but Carters Vintage Guitars has them for $5 free shipping - I have 2 that came today but I'll let them go if anyone wants them for $10. No better than my D'Andrea pro plecs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edandjudy3946 View Post
    this was an old post for sure but Carters Vintage Guitars has them for $5 free shipping - I have 2 that came today but I'll let them go if anyone wants them for $10. No better than my D'Andrea pro plecs.
    Put them in the classifieds and I'll buy them.

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    Default Re: Gilchrist Pick

    I already got rid of them - sorry but thanks - you can buy one from them if you want - free shipping
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