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    Registered User mando.player's Avatar
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    Default Decent Blue Star Price

    NFI, but this seemed like a decent price for a Blue Star 5-string.

    http://elderly.com/vintage/items/90U-6147.htm
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    Default Re: Decent Blue Star Price

    Yup good deal, I just got a cheap bird iv so I'm out but it's fair for sure.
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    Default Re: Decent Blue Star Price

    On hold already.
    Forget with the cowbell, already...

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    Default Re: Decent Blue Star Price

    These are very nice. For many many years I've had a 5-string Blue Star, custom modified with two pick-ups. Gotta check it out again.
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    Default Re: Decent Blue Star Price

    I'm getting a dead link, so it must be gone or they noticed an error. They look like nice instruments, but I'd really like a solidbody five-string Mann one day.
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