|Posted on Monday, February 05, 2007 - 9:13 am: |
looks great, I wonder how much$$Ģ it will reach?.Any thoughts?Lets gambleĻ!!!!
|Posted on Monday, February 05, 2007 - 9:51 am: |
From the pics that thing looks like it has been in a time capsule! I'm guessing he'll get an extra 100 to 150 for it in that condition... if the US market holds true compared to EU market... I'll guess it could go for around 500 or more US. Considering I've seen nice flame top deluxe 59er models bring 500 US twice last month, I'd be surprised if it didn't at least go for something similar!
|Posted on Monday, February 05, 2007 - 1:00 pm: |
So thatīs how the gold finished hardware originally looked like....
Nice closet sleeper......
By the way: seller claims itīs from 1976, but the backplate only says: "Made in Japan", so itīs pre-serial, therefor itīs made before August 1975.
LesPaul....this must be a "must have" for you....you never find a cleaner one!
|Posted on Monday, February 05, 2007 - 3:38 pm: |
What model is this?
|Posted on Monday, February 05, 2007 - 6:14 pm: |
It is an older model 2350 black. It has appointments of the earlier models, I'd say 1972 or 1973, like TRC, tuners, cavity cover, plastic saddles and pickguard. The pickups are Maxons.
I have never seen one with a black toggleswitch tip. (Less the altered ones offcourse)
Harry, this one suits better for either you or Emilio. You guys get the real clean ones. I just want "nice" ones because I intend to play 'em all. That means damaging and not preserving.
You preserve them and Emilio has a lot of very clean guitars already.
I had a 2350 white in equal condition that I traded for other guitars that were less pristine. I also had a completely new (and I mean NEW!)AR300 brass beauty I sold because I was afraid to play it. Since I let go of those two I passed on other real clean guitars I encountered or I pick them up to resell and make some money.
Though I like to preserve and if necessary restore these guitars I do take them out for rehearsal and small bar gigs.
That would be a waste of this fine example.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2007 - 4:16 am: |
This one has a few ugly dents in the back of the neck that can ruin the smooth feel.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2007 - 4:27 pm: |
I was going to say the same thing ginger.Those dents any place else would have been ok but in the neck yikes!I guess you can always fill um up w/ superglue?
|Posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2007 - 6:17 pm: |
I've never seen a 2350 in this good condition. It is too bad that it has the 2 dents in the back of the neck. However, I just don't can't fault the guitar for these minor problems.
I hope someone from the ICW family ends up with this beauty.
|Posted on Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 5:20 pm: |
wow! I think it this is a record..... 825 euros!!
1075 U$ .
I have one 77 CS in better condition, never played (no dents,Ibanez pups),I should sell, or maybe wait..
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