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1947 Acoustic/Electric J45 ???


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Yep. The guy selling it has no idea what he is talking about, unless there is an unassailable provenance. I'm not sure about that bridge.

 

The entire description is a crock of bs as the guy tries to hype the value. I have no idea what and early J 160E in roughish condition brings.

 

I like the way he tries to link the value to the increase in the stock market. WTF?

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Yep. The guy selling it has no idea what he is talking about, unless there is an unassailable provenance. I'm not sure about that bridge.

 

The entire description is a crock of bs as the guy tries to hype the value. I have no idea what and early J 160E in roughish condition brings.

 

I like the way he tries to link the value to the increase in the stock market. WTF?

Agreed. The insanity is bleeding into the used/vintage instrument market at an alarming rate - you can almost hear the gurgle😁 Of course, there are and have always been folks out there with rather convoluted notions of instruments and their value - and just enough buyers who play (pun😬) into their hype to keep the silliness active.

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Yep. The guy selling it has no idea what he is talking about, unless there is an unassailable provenance. I'm not sure about that bridge.

 

The entire description is a crock of bs as the guy tries to hype the value. I have no idea what and early J 160E in roughish condition brings.

 

I like the way he tries to link the value to the increase in the stock market. WTF?

 

Crazy all the way around. Might want to employ spell check as well.

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Maybe it's bolted through since there's not much material there. That would be the first thing I removed.

Maybe there's one monster heel block? Or perhaps someone glued a piece of wood under the rim? My main objection to that variety of button mount is that the strap hurts my neck!

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