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Old 09-15-2011, 03:44 PM   #1
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Cleaned an evaporator and installed a hard start first thing this morning. I left with these, $130.00 total.

Ibanez Soundgear 4 string bass guitar in brand new condition, new GHS Bass Boomer strings in tune, along with a Gorilla electric bass amp and a cord. The neck is absolutely straight and the action is low and perfect, Every note along the neck on all four strings, from bridge to bridge, is crystal clear.






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Much better than the old furniture people always seem to have for a trade.
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Old 09-16-2011, 04:58 PM   #4
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Not a trade althtough after I had her check in hand I thought to just write a new check minus the difference but she didn't have another check. I paid $130.00 for the set up. After I was done with the work she followed me to the bank.

Not a bad deal and again, it's been years since I've owned a bass guitar. I bought an electric guitar (and amp) last month to accompany my acoustic.

Now for a drum set and I'll be 16 all over again!!
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