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    Default Re: There were a couple of Stradolins on eBay over the long weeke

    Jim, as long as you're shipping things out you can ship that A Jr snakehead to me. Thanks, you're aces.
    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them". These are the words of J. Garber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEdgerton View Post
    Jim, as long as you're shipping things out you can ship that A Jr snakehead to me. Thanks, you're aces.
    I wish I could but it is long gone.
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    Default Re: There were a couple of Stradolins on eBay over the long weeke

    I'm always too late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Garber View Post
    I have to dig it out and see if it is worth putting money into it. I guess it will be a loss in terms of any money but could be a nice-sounding mandolin.
    I have a feeling "nice-sounding" would be an understatement, for that one. Out of the 10 or so SOL's I have owned and the 4 I've kept, the Artist model is a cut above the rest. Please add me to the list of people interested in purchasing Her. I figure, if I put a little too much money into putting an instrument back together... it might save me from doing something really stupid with that money.

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