I was going to buy this guitar but discovered a scratch

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  1. Killcrop

    Killcrop Supporting Member

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    Once I realized it had a scratch, the deal was off. :bong
    This thing is so badass. ME WANT.
    This will send the tan pant brigade into a tail spin.:stir

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  2. XKnight

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    The headstock would be a deal breaker for me.
     
  3. Floyd Eye

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    I would never buy a guitar that was a blue square with a question mark in it. lol
     
  4. JPF

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    Good call - any mojo it might have had would have evaporated through the bald spot.
     
  5. dangeroso

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    Nice guitar. Hopefully the relic haters are still sleeping.
     
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    I have splinters in my wrist from looking at it...love my Suhr's, not really digging that one, gone a bit too far
     
  8. Doctor Morbius

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    Must have been an oversight.
     
  9. Peteyvee

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    The Floyd ruins the look...
     
  10. plaintopper

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    I like relics. But you don't need to be wearing tan pants to think that thing is a fugly guitar.
     
  11. TresGatos

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    I like it.
    I had one like that back in the early sixties, but mine had 24 frets. Me and Jeff Beck would trade lead solos at The Marquee all night long.
    Yeah, true story.
     
  12. hunter

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    What color pants do you wear?

    hunter
     
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    So much more mojo than regular Suhr. If you don't agree, I will flip out and get banned.
     
  14. atquinn

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    Hatred of relics > Love of Suhrs
    Sorry :)
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  15. fenderball

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    that butterscotch guitar has a lot of dirt on it
     
  16. Killcrop

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    I'm not wearing pants.
     
  17. ELmiguel

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    Was a meth head looking for secret writing under the paint?
     
  18. Jon Silberman

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    Got handa to ya, killcrop - ya got me on this one. :D
     
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    LOL...Tweaker Finish!
     
  20. Boris Bubbanov

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    Nah, the headstock on this particular piece is just fine.

    The trem and locking assemblies are what would make me keep my hand off my wallet.

    Normally I'm not much for rustication but this one has a strong "validity" to it. I think Husky done great on this one. :aok
     

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