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  • FT : LEFTY Agile Intrepid Pro Dual passive pickups

    looking to get a nice 6 or 7 of equal value for this beast. or if anybody has a tweed Fender blues junior or hotrod, or a Line 6 M13. paid $725 + shipping for it less than a year ago. it's mint still.










  • #2
    Hi Russ, you did'nt say where you are located, but that may help with potential interest. Welcome to the forum...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by AllroyPA View Post
      Hi Russ, you did'nt say where you are located, but that may help with potential interest. Welcome to the forum...


      ah crap, sorry! i didn't even setup my profile yet. i'm originally from Philly (go Flyers!!!) , but i'm now living just south of Washington D.C. in Viriginia.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nrussell23 View Post
        ah crap, sorry! i didn't even setup my profile yet. i'm originally from Philly (go Flyers!!!) , but i'm now living just south of Washington D.C. in Viriginia.
        Cool, yea they gotta bring it better than last night~! My uncle lives in Vienna, VA...
        Last edited by AllroyPA; 05-21-2010, 07:00 AM.
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        • #5
          I got to ask, how hard is that thing to play?

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          • #6
            Looks like that's the 28.625” scale.
            I like pointy guitars.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jesse View Post
              I got to ask, how hard is that thing to play?
              if you have played a 7 string before and are comfortable with that, it's not all that hard to get used to. i'd imagine if you went straight from 6 to 8, there would be a serious adjustment period.

              kinda the same as going from playing a 4 string bass to a 6 string

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dmccarthy View Post
                Looks like that's the 28.625” scale.

                yup. a buddy of mine has the 30" one and it is crazy. the tension is so damn tight when you have it tuned to standard that you can barely do a full step bend without breaking a string

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                • #9
                  o man, i wish i didnt see this. now i want it

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by avb3 View Post
                    o man, i wish i didnt see this. now i want it



                    sorry, just sold it

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                    • #11
                      no man, you did me a favor lol.

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