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Thinking of selling 5 $1500 guitars and getting a $4500 guitar anyone do this and stand pat?
And a much more bothering to get dings and dongs in it..Can’t be done. I need colors on my palette. As for selling several to fund one, that’s a fools errand. A $4500 guitar is a $2500 guitar with pretty inlay and gold plated hardware, neither of which make it sound better.
Glad you're happy with your guitars. But ... those aren't "vintage."I like these 7 and they are fine guitars in their own right and are getting vintage themselves. My oldest is a 2000 and another is a 2003.
Those guitars might be as old as the owner is or as far back as they remember as a kid so everything before then is vintage. 2000 is knocking on twenty years ago now. When you are a kid you think your parents are older than the hills, until you get to be that same age and think they were absolute kids themselves back then. Or vintage is everything that predates Apple's iPhone launch in 2007 when everyone carried a flip phone -- which is strange when it seems like just last week it was the seventies.Glad you're happy with your guitars. But ... those aren't "vintage."
Those aren't even knocking on the door of "vintage" and asking if they could come in.
What does the 4500,- have the other 5 don't? There can't be a lot wrong with a 1500,- guitar. I personally never spent more than 700,- on a guitar. I would like to have a choice of different kind of guitars and I like to tinker and mod. With one 4500,- guitar choice and modding is out of the question. Must be a very special guitar.Thinking of selling 5 $1500 guitars and getting a $4500 guitar anyone do this and stand pat?