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I pulled this from a local classified internet ad.

 

 

I would like to buy a Gibson guitar in the $150.00 range.I want it to be in usable condition.

Price: $150.00 and down

 

 

 

If only that was possible..I would have a hundred Gibsons!](*,)/

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Why doesn't he want his son to have a whammy bar?

 

Because his son can't compare to Herman Li?

 

Well' date=' speaking of things that make me laugh, apparently someone had a gripe about an older version of the Herman Li article on Wikipedia..

 

This is an encyclopedia

 

I spotted silly lines among the lines written for this article;

 

Herman Li is the best guitar player ever. --- Surely he is good, but... -_-'

 

God It is also known that Herman Li is the master of the universe, which explains his insane shredding skills and extreemly long hair. It is rumored by some of the worlds top theologians that Herman was sent on this Earth by the spirits of dead guitar Gods such as Randy Rhoads and Dimebag Darrell to end the plague of emo. Some even believe Herman Li is god. Even if he is not God, his powers are godlike and he is definitly divine in some way or another. --- Hahahaha...

 

... words just don't....

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Herman_Li

 

Read some of this stuff. It's hilarious. I tried Slash's talk page but it's full of serious issues ](*,)

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This Gibson would probably fit in the price range...

 

What! A genuine Gibson/Baldwin for under $1000! What is this

world coming to? I bet if someone was to buy one of these and

put it away in an attic for 20-25 years it would even acquire some

value. Looks like an Epi Special II to me.

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I bet if someone was to buy one of these and

put it away in an attic for 20-25 years it would even acquire some

value. Looks like an Epi Special II to me.

 

I'm afraid if you left one in an attic for a couple of decades you would find only a pile of rust on a pile of sawdust (and maybe a pickguard) in the box.

 

(Seriously though, from what I've heard I gather the Special II is a pro quality instrument compared to those $150 pieces of unplayable junk...)

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